As I described in a previous post, Iceland has an abundance of green energy. And as we know, green energy is the energy of the future – and will only get more valuable with time. Consequently it is not surprising that Iceland’s green resources are already the target of a power struggle aimed at transferring control of those resources from the public domain into the hands of private individuals.
Last year, when Iceland’s economy melted down, a can of worms was opened up that showed the extent of the corruption and cronyism that has existed in this country for decades but which had been hidden or overlooked by most people.
A BEAUTIFUL DAY!
A blazing white sun in the sky, all day long! EPI and I took a long walk out by the lighthouse and it was gorgeous. It was around 6°C at midday but has now dropped to 2C [36F] – the sun came up at 9.09 and set at 5.11.