Explore energy and climate change in Iceland, a country with a dynamic geologic landscape that is at the forefront of the renewable energy movement. Joined by a New York Times climate reporter, visit glaciers, waterfalls, volcanoes and thermal pools. Meet with fisherman, climate scientists and historians and learn about different perspectives on climate change on this 15-day program.
- See first-hand how climate change affects local communities
- Visit the Latrabjarg cliffs, Europe’s westernmost tip, and a bird sanctuary and puffin breeding ground
- Interview local fisherman about new species that are migrating north with warming sea temperatures
- Scout for Arctic fox cubs as you hike in the remote Hornstrandir Reserve
- Handle volcanic rock and ash from Iceland’s most recent volcanic eruptions, then soak in the famous Blue Lagoon thermal pool