On Friday, January 20th, the British Science Museum will open Pure Iceland‚ an exhibition “exploring the peculiar geography and weather conditions of Iceland and how the country is using its natural resources to power itself and protect the environment”.
According to a press release the exhibition will look at Iceland’s current use of its natural resources to provide cheap‚ clean energy to all Icelandic homes and industry.
The exhibition will cover subjects such as Iceland’s energy resources‚ volcanoes‚ earthquakes‚ storms‚ avalanches and landslides. Instead of displaying objects, panels or captions the exhibition will be presented by Icelandic actors using the traditional saga storytelling.
The exhibition will run through Sunday, August 20, 2006.
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