06 March 2009

Still More on Icelandic Politics

ICELAND—By the Urridafoss waterfall, anti-industrialization
protesters hold a banner demonstrating against the proposed
damming of the Thjórsá River, which is under threat of housing
a new power station. The waterfall has the highest volume of
water passing through it in all of Iceland, 2007.
Photograph © Jonas Bendiksen / Magnum Photos.

As part of a continuing series [1] [2] on politics in Iceland, here and here are two versions of a slide show of work by Jonas Bendiksen focusing on the "Power Struggles" at the intersection of environmental concerns and economic development.



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06 March, 2009 17:29  

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