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Welcome to the homepage of the Alcoa and Landsvirkjun Sustainability Initiative.

Landsvirkjun and Alcoa Fjarðaál set up the Sustainability Initiative in order to observe the effects that constructing Fljótsdalsstöð Power Plant and the aluminum smelter in Reyðarfjörður would have on society, environment and economy of East Iceland.
To design the Initiative, an Advisory Group was formed which included representatives from various social groups, both those favoring the projects and those opposed.

Various indicators are monitored to provide information about environmental, economic and social development in East Iceland during construction and operation of smelter and power plant.

On this page, you can view the history of the Initiative, or catch up with the development of our social, environmental or economical indicators.



Social Indicators

The three "pillars" of sustainable development are society, environment and economy.

Society: A total of sixteen indicators relating to social issues were developed during the initial process of the Sustainability Initiative. All of them concern the welfare of the society - both in Iceland as a whole, and also in East Iceland, where the Fljótsdalur Power Station and the Alcoa Fjardaál smelter are located.

Click here to view the indicators concerning social issues.


Environmental Indicators

The three "pillars" of sustainable development are society, environment and economy.

Environment: A total of 24 indicators were developed during the initial process of the Sustainability Initiative. All of them concern the environment: the possible impact of Hálslón reservoir, Fljótsdalur Power Station and the Alcoa Fjardaál smelter on the water, flora and fauna of East-Iceland.

Click here to view the indicators concerning environmental issues.

 


Economical Indicators

The three "pillars" of sustainable development are society, environment and economy.

Economy: A total of five indicators were developed during the initial process of the Sustainability Initiative. All of them concern the economy: the possible impact Fljótsdalur Power Station and the Alcoa Fjardaál smelter on the economy of East-Iceland and also the economy of Iceland as a whole.

Click here to view the indicators concerning economical issues.


News

14.5.2019 : The Vitality of Vegetation

The Annual General Meeting of the East Iceland Sustainability Initiative 2019, entitled “The Vitality of Vegetation” was held in the Congregational home in Reyðarfjörður, on May 30th. This was the ninth annual general meeting of the Initiative. The chairman was Karl Óttar Pétursson, mayor of Fjarðabyggð.

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