Iceland Project Plays Dice With Nature, And Loses

Inter Press Service: Since the controversial Karahnjukar dam in East Iceland was brought into operation in 2006, conditions in the downstream Lagarfljot lake have become much worse, according to information gathered by the energy company Landsvirkjun. Some of the changes are irreversible, scientists say. The information divulged by Landsvirkjun comes from a draft report that was presented to the local municipal council. Lagarfljot lake is 92 km long and is actually a series of lakes with a river running through......

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