Iceland's Karahnjukar Dam
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Iceland's Karahnjukar Dam

Built as a means to create jobs in East Iceland, the Karahnjukar dam is supposed to use green energy to improve Iceland's economy. But global warming and a global economic crisis are raising questions if this green energy is sustainable.Video by Andrew Smith

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