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Exploring Iceland's Clean Energy Economy

Laura Turner Seydel | Posted 09.30.2015 | Green
Laura Turner Seydel

In my entire life I have never breathed in purer air, drank cleaner water or felt so naturally energized.

Loaded for Polar Bear in Nunavut: Nanook of the North On the Looney Front -- Part 6

Mike Arkus | Posted 05.21.2015 | Travel
Mike Arkus

My Inuit guide Maurice is not free today but his brother Alan turns up astride the tracked metal beast, and I ensconce myself atop a plastic ice-cooler at the back of a sled behind a little on-board hut-type contraption.

Why Newfoundland Should Be on Your Summer Bucket List

The GypsyNesters | Posted 06.01.2015 | Travel
The GypsyNesters

Breathtaking vistas, natural wonders and fabulous people (so nice, we actually felt guilty at times!) combine to make the island of Newfoundland one of our favorite places on earth.

Of Ice Fields and Icebergs in Frozen Nunavut: Nanook of the North on the Looney Front -- Part 5

Mike Arkus | Posted 05.11.2015 | Travel
Mike Arkus

Doing in reverse in 40 minutes what it took Mr. Cheltenham and his friend seven days to complete with skis and spiked boots down below, I gain a magnificent bird's eye view of the craggy splendours of Nunavut's Auyuittuq National Park on the flight from Pangnirtung to Qikiqtarjuaq.

Calving Icebergs in the Depths of Greenland's Winter: Going Barmy instead of Balmy on the Looney Front - Part 4

Mike Arkus | Posted 05.10.2015 | Travel
Mike Arkus

It's a glorious sunny day here on the Greenland 'Riviera' in the depths of a February winter, the sky is a pale blue, there's hardly a wisp of cloud, and it's a bracing -8 Fahrenheit, that's -22.222 for those of the Celsius persuasion. Brrrrr!

On the Greenland 'Riviera' in the Depths of Winter: Going Barmy Instead of Balmy on the Looney Front - Part 3

Mike Arkus | Posted 05.30.2015 | Travel
Mike Arkus

When Erik the Red landed in Greenland in 982, it took him forever to get here just from near neighbour Iceland, not a mere hour or two, and it's highly unlikely he ever made it up to Kangerlussuaq, let alone further north to Ilulissat, 187 miles beyond the Arctic Circle.

Moschino Pays Homage To The Looney Tunes' Hip Hop Days

The Huffington Post | Julee Wilson | Posted 02.27.2015 | Style

There's never a dull moment when it comes to Moschino fashion, especially when Jeremy Scott is at the helm. In the year that Scott has been design...

Why Your Mind Is Like an Iceberg

Noah St. John | Posted 02.06.2015 | GPS for the Soul
Noah St. John

Whether I'm coaching CEOs, celebrities, or stay-at-home moms... Consulting for Fortune 500 companies, entrepreneurs, or startups... I've never met o...

Caves, Icebergs, and Humanoid Landscapes: A Collaboration With Rebecca Chaperon

Hannah Stephenson | Posted 12.15.2014 | Arts
Hannah Stephenson

In my writing practice, I often write poems that have been sparked by an image. Last summer, I came across Rebecca Chaperon's work, and was stunned by its weird beauty.

At the Easternmost Point of North America: Canadian Odyssey on the Looney Front - Part 12

Mike Arkus | Posted 11.11.2014 | Travel
Mike Arkus

About nine miles southeast of St. John's, Newfoundland's capital, on the outer edge of the Avalon Peninsula, the crashing waves of the Atlantic Ocean ...

How to Eat (and Drink) Your Way Through Newfoundland

The GypsyNesters | Posted 10.29.2014 | Travel
The GypsyNesters

In Iceberg Alley, as the sea along the northern coast is called, vodka and beer are made with melted icebergs. Resourceful captains have created a cottage industry of harvesting the bergs, hauling them ashore, and selling the ancient, pristine water. They even use it to make wine.

Vinland, or the Guy Who Pipped Columbus at the Post: Canadian Odyssey on the Looney Front - Part 7

Mike Arkus | Posted 09.28.2014 | Travel
Mike Arkus

The Icelandic sagas speak of the epic journey from Greenland but for centuries nobody could identify the spot where young Leif and his crew set foot in what they called Vinland.

There Are Cars, Then There Are Cars -- When Fusion Means Confusion: Canadian Odyssey on the Looney Front, Part 6

Mike Arkus | Posted 09.27.2014 | Travel
Mike Arkus

OK, this is where the real fun starts. I'm in Deer Lake, western Newfoundland, where the province's only long-distance bus line takes a very distinct ...

Massive Iceberg Six Times The Size Of Manhattan Breaks Off Of Antarctica

Reuters | Posted 06.23.2014 | Green

By Will Dunham WASHINGTON, April 23 (Reuters) - Scientists are monitoring an iceberg roughly six times the size of Manhattan - one of ...

LISTEN: Icebergs Shattering Underwater

Posted 07.15.2013 | Green

By Becky Oskin, LiveScience Staff Writer: What does a splintering iceberg sound like underwater? Imagine the cracks and pops of an ice cube melting...

Dear Wedge Salad, We Love You

The Huffington Post | Rebecca Orchant | Posted 10.01.2013 | Taste

The wedge salad, in our eyes, is a nearly perfect food.

PHOTOS: Incredible Antarctica: The Wilderness At Earth's End

Lindblad Expeditions | Posted 10.02.2012 | Travel
Lindblad Expeditions

Antarctica is a landscape of superlatives: stunningly beautiful in a very big way.

COOL! This Iceberg Actually Flips Over

Newser | Posted 08.01.2012 | Weird News

It's not every day you get to see an iceberg flip upside down, but a tourist in Argentina did just that and posted the results on YouTube. ...

How To Core A Head Of Iceberg Lettuce In 3 Seconds

Posted 08.31.2012 | Taste

Saveur Magazine is at it again. We're sure you remember their ten second garlic-peeling trick from a few months ago. Well, this time they've shaved se...

LOOK: Video, Pictures Of Rare White Orca Released

Posted 04.23.2012 | Green

A team of scientists from Russia is preparing for an expedition to track down a rare all-white killer whale that hasn't been seen since it was spotted...

Titanic Sinking Raises Question: Could Similar Disaster Happen Today?

Posted 04.12.2012 | Science

By: Stephanie Pappas, LiveScience Senior Writer Published: 04/12/2012 07:33 AM EDT on LiveScience A century ago on Sunday, the RMS Titanic hit a...

WATCH: Titanic Jamboree's Missing Story - Bruce Ismay Not the Villain?

David Tereshchuk | Posted 06.11.2012 | Media
David Tereshchuk

Chairman of the White Star Line Ismay notoriously managed to escape into a lifeboat along with women and children. But was this simply an example of brutish, unmanly selfishness? Or was there some other explanation for his survival?

LOOK: New Diagrams Show Titanic Sinking In Fresh Light

| Richard Woytowich | Posted 04.09.2012 | Science

Hello, everyone! I’m a member of the Marine Forensics Committee, and author or co-author of three peer-reviewed papers on the “Titanic”. My mos...

Titanic Sank Due To Steering Blunder, Claims New Book

The Huffington Post | Curtis M. Wong | Posted 05.25.2011 | World

With its dramatic twists and massive loss of life, the sinking of the R.M.S. Titanic remains one of history's most fascinating tragedies. And in yet a...

Dramatic Iceberg Collapses (VIDEO)

Huffington Post | Barbara Fenig | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green

What could be more shocking then to see an iceberg melt before your eyes? We here at HuffPost Green realized that our story on Rick Sanchez's video o...