Category Archives: Iceland

May Update

Viable sustainable development? Is there such as thing as sustainable development? The global economy is in depression, there is falling employment and yet there is still a general increase in resource usage from the developing nations. This is forecast to … Continue reading

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Core-Periphery Europe?

Euro Crisis Written in January 2011 Estonia has just adopted the Euro as it’s currency in January. It comes at a time of uncertainty and debt within the Eurozone and around Europe in general. It started with Iceland in 2008, … Continue reading

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March Update

The March update includes the following: New Cable From Iceland? A new electricity cable from Iceland to Europe may get the go-ahead if Landsvirkjun, the Icelandic energy company, gets its way. The cable would export Iceland’s abundant renewable power resources … Continue reading

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