GRÓ LRT fellows of 2021. Photo: Dúi J. Landmark.
24 September 2021

GRÓ LRT fellows wrapping up

The GRÓ LRT fellows have been finalizing their individual projects this week and yesterday they submitted their project reports.
GRÓ LRT fellows with the President in Bessastaðastofa
23 September 2021

GRÓ LRT fellows visit the President of Iceland

The GRÓ LRT fellows had the honour of visiting the President of Iceland, Mr. Guðni Th. Jóhannesson, at Bessastaðir, the presidential residence, this week.
Paulean Kadammanja from the Ministry of Agriculture, Malawi
17 September 2021

Fellows present their project results

This week the GRÓ LRT fellows presented the results of their final projects in an open seminar at Keldnaholt campus of the Agricultural University of Iceland. The fellows have been working on their projects over the last months under the supervision of specialists from institutes and organizations in Iceland.
The fellows in Dimmuborgir with their guide, Daði Lange Friðriksson
19 August 2021

GRÓ LRT fellows visit restorations projects in the North of Iceland

Last week, the GRÓ LRT fellows went on a four-day excursion to Northern Iceland where they visited restoration sites and learned about how land conditions have been improved with innovative approaches.
30 July 2021

Beatrice Dossah, GRÓ LRT scholarship recipient, graduates from University of Iceland

Beatrice Dossah from Ghana and a former GRÓ LRT fellow (2017), graduated in June with an MSc in Environment and Natural Resources from the University of Iceland. After completing her six-month training in Iceland, she was accepted to a master's programme in Environment and Natural Resources, at the University of Iceland, in 2019 and granted a GRÓ LRT scholarship for post-graduate studies in Iceland.
2 July 2021

Field excursion with climate change focus

This week GRÓ LRT fellows went on a three-day excursion to the south and southeast of Iceland. The focus was on climate change and its effects on ecosystems and societies. The fellows visited Visitor Centres of the Vatnajökull National Park and learned about the parks natural and cultural heritage. They walked up to the Skaftafellsjökull outlet glacier and observed how the glacier has retreated for last 100 years and how the rate of retreat and thinning has increased in the last decades.