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Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For? Please read And Make A Refission For [Andri Snær Magnason] ✓ Draumalandið: sjálfshjálparbók handa hræddri þjóð [wwii-related-fiction PDF] Ebook Epub Download ô You This book is brilliant on many levels.
It is not only an environmental treatise that is relevant not only to Icelanders, but to any country or culture experiencing the exploitation of they natural resources for the benefit of corporations and shareholders.
It is also a fascinating look at the psyche of a nation coming out of colonization (by the Danes) and the routes and choices they think they have to take to be considered seriously on the international stage (and whether this is important).
This really should be a must read for all but a really important text for anyone interested in the global environmental future.
Amazing ePub, Draumalandið: sjálfshjálparbók handa hræddri þjóð By Andri Snær Magnason This is very good and becomes the main topic to read, the readers are very takjup and always take inspiration from the contents of the book Draumalandið: sjálfshjálparbók handa hræddri þjóð, essay by Andri Snær Magnason.
Is now on our website and you can download it by register what are you waiting for? Please read and make a refission for you Some things seem to be lost in translation, for me.
Excellent read.
It is possible to hear the author screaming at the pages at some moments.
This book is brilliant on many levels.
It is not only an environmental treatise that is relevant not only to Icelanders, but to any country or culture experiencing the exploitation of they natural resources for the benefit of corporations and shareholders.
It is also a fascinating look at the psyche of a nation coming out of colonization (by the Danes) and the routes and choices they think they have to take to be considered seriously on the international stage (and whether this is important).
This really should be a must read for all but a really important text for anyone interested in the global environmental future.
Book discusses the governmental development plan for aluminum smelting to expand the Icelandic purest and untouched nature under the guise of green sustainable energy, providing 2000 jobs and high quality living standards with “A LOWERST ENERGY PRICES package” and a fate of internationally significant nature sites depending on the tiny group of motivated people.
Overwhelm how exactly the same language are still widely used by the lobbyists of controversial construction projects all over the world 15 years after the book published.
Book discusses the governmental development plan for aluminum smelting to expand the Icelandic purest and untouched nature under the guise of green sustainable energy, providing 2000 jobs and high quality living standards with “A LOWERST ENERGY PRICES package” and a fate of internationally significant nature sites depending on the tiny group of motivated people.
Overwhelm how exactly the same language are still widely used by the lobbyists of controversial construction projects all over the world 15 years after the book published.
This book was part of my 'Icelandic' readingMagnason makes so much sense.
Everyone should read him, not just Icelanders or their visitors.
It was an absolute bestseller in Iceland, so maybe they are already acting on his ideasI hope so.
What an utter crap of a translation.
Content is good though, but the translation renders it unreadable.
When Andri Snaer Magnason’s Dreamland: A SelfHelp Manual for a Frightened Nation arrived on Icelandic bookstore shelves back in 2006, it sparked an intense debate over what, if anything, the tiny island nation should do to harness the power of its untapped clean energy sources.
For years the government seemed determined, hellbent even, to jump on any chance to destroy the country’s breathtaking natural beauty, clean environment, local fisheries, and the habitat of endangered wildlife so that hydroelectric plants and aluminum producing factories could be constructed.
Their argument, that taking such drastic measures would be the only way to ensure the country’s future prosperity, was a devastatingly simple one, and it managed to elude any major widesprea Ò Draumalandið: sjálfshjálparbók handa hræddri þjóð Ò I did read the translated German Version.
A good inside view into the economic/ business / political system, using Island as an example.
Not focussing on solutions, but excellent in the way of "make the reader rethink".
Albeit published in 2006, still up to date.
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Deeply moving about environmental concerns, philosophical and political but full of humour and amusing observations about present day Iceland and in the mean time putting it in a global perspective.
Abandoned @ p.
90.
There's much good in it.
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but it's just too preachy and longwinded for me right now.
I'm not learning anything from it, and other books beckon.
Some things seem to be lost in translation, for me.