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The largest pillar of Iceland's economy is fishery. The country can therefore be considered a leading example of how to implement sustainable fishery. The other main economic basis of the country are nature-based tourism and hydro- and geothermal energy. Iceland is seen as a country with high potential to develop leading examples of sustainable development. As the global society is developing "Sustainable Development Goals", Iceland may be challenged to demonstrate the way.
Whale-watching and fishing boats in the harbor of Reykjavik, Iceland
Modern Fish Trawler in the dock, Reykjavik, Iceland
The flagship of the Icelandic coastguard secures the countries' fishery interests
Fresh caught and frozen fish is loaded from the trawler to be exported from Iceland to Africa
Large modern fish trawler, Reykjavik, Iceland
Back from a halibut trawl, Reykjavik, Iceland
Back from a Halibut Trawl, Reykjavik, Iceland
Perspective from a large modern fish trawler towards one of the largest cruise ships, Reykjavik, Iceland
Volcanic Landscape in Southern Iceland
Volcanic Landscape in Southern Iceland
Volcanic Landscape at Kevlavik, South-West Iceland
Blue Lagoon, Iceland
Volcanic Landscape in Southern Iceland
Volcanic Landscape in Southern Iceland
Volcanic Landscape in Southern Iceland
Volcanic Landscape in Southern Iceland
Volcanic Landscape in Southern Iceland
Volcanic Landscape in Southern Iceland
Volcanic Landscape in Southern Iceland
Lagoons aside the Ölfusá River Mouth, South Iceland
Lagoons aside the Ölfusá River Mouth, South Iceland
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