Publications in FAROE ISLAND


EcoWatch
9/25/2018

Beluga Whale in River Thames Very Lost and Quite Possibly in Trouble
Beluga whales are normally found in icy Arctic and subarctic waters. So onlookers were undoubtedly surprised to spot one of the distinctive white whales swimming very far south in the UK's River Thames. Ecologist and ornithologist Dave Andrews f
Inhabitat
8/22/2018

Spectacular town hall doubles as a bridge in Denmarks Faroe Islands
When Copenhagen-based Henning Larsen Architects was tapped to design the Town Hall in Eysturkommuna, the firm knew that there would be no point in trying to compete with the sublime Faroe Islands setting. Sculpted by wind and volcanic forces, the l
Archinect
8/6/2018

Henning Larsen Architects designs stunning 750m2 town hall in the Faroe Islands

May 25, 2017Environment@HarvardEarth Science’s Big Picture0By Alvin Powell “Wow,” Elsie Sunderland recalls thinking, “that’s what I need to be doing.” Sunderland’s imagination had been caught by a satellite that trained its instruments not on the st

Eunomia To Review Waste Regulations In Nordic Nations
International environmental consultancy Eunomia, along with subcontractors, has been appointed by the Nordic Council of Ministers Waste Group (NWG) and the Swedish EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) to analyse the existing regulatory framework f
physorg.com
6/20/2018

The Faroe Islands' ritual pilot whale hunt is not only highly controversial, eating the whale meat also poses a health hazard, public health authorities in Denmark's autonomous North Atlantic territory warn, advising against eating it.

A think-tank has claimed quotes will still be needed for the UK fishing sector after Brexit. Changing Europe’s recommendations for a quota system will be another blow for hard Brexiteers, who still hope for less red tape by coming out of the EU Comm

The Uist Economic Taskforce Working Group was addressed by a senior member of the Faroese Government in the UK. Áki Johansen, the Head of Representation of the Faroese Government in the UK, stimulated a wide-ranging discussion that touched on key is

By Nastassja Salem Director Mike Day’s film the Islands and the Whales offers a stunning portrayal of a multi-layered ethical dilemma. In a world where many different facets of life collide, we are faced with an assessment of what we value mos
EcoWatch
2/27/2018

How France Exterminates Its Dolphins
From January through March, an average of 6,000 dolphins are killed each year on France's west coast by large industrial trawlers and vessels fishing in pairs (nets dragged between two trawlers). That number could be as high as 10,000, according to

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