This page is an attempt to summarize the topic of New heavy industry in Iceland from the POV of those who are against legalization. Please read the guidelines for 1POV articles before editing. Edits critical to this point of view aren't really welcome on this particular page, but feel free to comment on the talk page or contribute to an alternative article at:
  • New heavy industry in Iceland/Con

Does not create very many jobsEdit

  • The proponents of heavy industry talk about the creation of jobs, but for every million dollar or kroner invested, the jobs created are not very many.
  • The people that lived where the heavy industry is created seem to be less interested in those jobs than expected.
  • The need for jobs stems in part from government mismanagement in relation to traditional industries like farming and fishing, the processing of those raw materials, and creative creation of niche markets from raw materials widely accepted as clean and fresh.

Need diversification of economy, not monocultureEdit

Spells trouble for Icelandic Kyoto targetsEdit

Alternative uses or alternative management of resourcesEdit

Tourism industry a better alternativeEdit

Biological diversity uncharteredEdit

Unique ecologyEdit

Alternative uses of energyEdit

Production of clean foods using geothermal and hydroEdit

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