The Green Map of Reykjavík is a joint international project of, the Green Map® System, the city of Reykjavík and the University of Iceland. The goal of Green Maps all around the world is to make eco-friendly options in the fields of culture, commerce and travel services more visible and accessible to all. Green maps have been developed in over 600 municipalities, cities and neighborhoods in 55 countries. Iceland is the first country which classifies the whole country according to the Green Map system.

The printed edition Green Map of Reykjavík is the first of its kind here in Iceland and is based on the online version Green Map of Iceland here on which covers the whole country of Iceland with over 3.000 registrations in 100 categories.

Green Map is a living system and adjusts itself to the changes taking place in society. It is the hope of the publisher that green maps will become entirely unnecessary within a few years as green thinking will have become the rule, and not the exception, as it is now. Until then everyone is free to register on the Green Map of Reykjavík and the Green Map of Iceland as long as the activities of the person/company in question meets the conditions and criteria that are inherent in the Green Map system.

The Green Map of Reykjavík is labeled by the Nordic Eco-label the Swan, printed by the Eco-labeled printer Oddi.

The Green Map of Reykjavík can be picked up free of charge at the Visit Reykjavik Info Centre at Aðalstræti 2 or be ordered on the website for the cost of packaging and delivery. Order here.

The Green Map of Reykjavík is designed by Guðrún A. Tryggvadóttir & Signý Kolbeinsdóttir.

Feb. 27, 2012
Guðrún Arndís Tryggvadóttir „Grænt Reykjavíkurkort í prentútgáfu“, Náttú Feb. 27, 2012 URL: [Skoðað:May 30, 2023]
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skrifað: Oct. 5, 2010
breytt: Oct. 30, 2014