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Jun 29 2010

A Spade is a Spade, Repression is Repression


... network Saving Iceland declares full solidarity with the Reykjavik Nine defendants (RVK9), who face between one and sixteen years in prison for ...

Dec 07 2016

An Uncertain Alternative


... All of them coalesced, however, in weekly meetings in the center of Reykjavík. On December 1, protesters convened a meeting at Arnarhóll, after ...

Sep 24 2013

Secrets and Lies: Undercover Police Operations Raise More Questions than Answers


... of the environmental group Saving Iceland between 2005 and 2007. The Reykjavík Grapevine noted that Kennedy undertook: roactive investigations to ...

May 30 2012

The Unmasking of the Geothermal Green Myth Continues, and Other News


... between asthma and sulphur pollution from geothermal power plants. Reykjavík Energy denies their connection with newly discovered effluent water ...

May 11 2012

The Geothermal Ecocide of Reykjanes Peninsula


... impacts are systematically underestimated according the Public Health Authority of Reykjavík. Since production began at the Hellisheiði geothermal ...

Oct 07 2011

Inspired By Iceland… No, really!


... Icelandic protest movement 2008–2011. Originally published in the Reykjavík Grapevine ...

Sep 11 2011

Iceland’s Energy Master Plan Allows for Three More Kárahnjúkar Dams – Þjórsárver Protected, Þjórsá and Krýsuvík Destroyed


... in Krýsuvík and certain areas around mount Hengill where the heavily indebted Reykjavík Energy (OR) already operates Hellisheiðarvirkjun,  a ...

Aug 16 2010

Inside a Charging Bull


... in every sphere of society. Construction of a music hall in Reykjavík city centre, the cost of which was estimated as around 2 per cent of the ...

Jul 12 2010

The Mob Against the Prosecution!


... , an art event that took place in solidarity and support with the Reykjavík 9, in the Living Art Museum in Reykjavík, Saturday July 3rd. Many of ...

Dec 23 2008

Iceland ‘Like Chernobyl’ as Meltdown Shows Anger Can Boil Over


By Ben Holland, Bloomberg It was the week before Christmas in Reykjavik, and all through the town Eva Hauksdottir led a band of 60 whistle-blowing, ...

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