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Gálgahraun Concert

Gálgahraun Concert
On Wednesday October 29 at 8:30pm there is a concert in support of the "Gálgahraun 9" at Háskólabíó theatre in Reykjavík.
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Nature Iceland launched in English

The river Ţjórsá. Photo: Thorsten Henn
FutureIceland launches the Nature Iceland map on the Day of Icelandic Nature September 16
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Can One Love the Land?

Hagafellsjökull glacier. Photographer: Mats Wibe Lund
Imagine life without love. Imagine no love stirring in beating hearts. Imagine no eyes sparkling with affection.
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Master Plan for hydro and geothermal energy resources in Iceland

Master Plan for hydro and geothermal energy resources in Iceland
What is the Master Plan for hydro and geothermal energy resources in Iceland. Information on their homepage...
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Why Nature Iceland?

Why Nature Iceland?
The Nature Iceland map provides an overview of those areas where proposals for power projects have been put forth, as well as those areas which would be impacted by such proposals indirectly...
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The Controversial Kárahnjúkar Dam

The Controversial Kárahnjúkar Dam
Kárahnjúkar Power Plant is by far the largest power plant in Iceland and the largest construction project ever undertaken in the nation's history.
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The Krýsuvík Area - At Risk

The Krýsuvík Area - At Risk
According to the 2nd phase of the Master Plan for Hydro and Geothermal Energy Resources there are four proposed power projects in the Krýsuvík area...
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Stop – Save the Garden!

Stop – Save the Garden!
All over the world too much of priceless nature has been sacrificed for development, often falsely labeled as sustainable. Rain forests have been cut, waterfalls dammed, land eroded, lakes and oceans polluted, earth’s climate altered and the oceans are now rapidly getting more and more acidic.
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Harnessing the geothermal natural resources in a sustainable manner

The crater-row Eldvörp, which is at the top of a geothermal system situated between Svartsengi and Reykjanes, which are both currently exploited.
An article written in relation to the "Iceland Geothermal Conference" that takes place in Reykjavík March 5 to 8 2013
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