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CAUSE 2003 Expedition

An expedition to Iceland and the United Kingdom investigated both past and current methods of energy production in those two countries, and examined the policy decisions that are shaping current energy choices. 

Expedition Maps

Iceland              United Kingdom

Click on the thumbnail map to follow the expedition path


Day 1: Keflavik, Njardvik, Svarstsengi, and Reykjavik The New Gold Rush
Day 2: Nesjavellir, Irafoss, and Thingvellir New Sources of Energy Befitting the Oldest Parliament
Day 3: Njardvik, to London, to Winchester A Day in Transition
Day 4: Winchester to Dartington Sustainable Energy Sources Nine Centuries Apart
Day 5: Dartington to Penzance Dartington Glass to Cornish Tin
Day 6: Penzance to Land's End, to Mousehole, to Penzance Horizontal Rain!
Day 7: Penzance to Bath Newcomen to Brunel - A Path of Progress
Day 8: Bath to St. Briavel's Castle Brunel's Creativity was Enabled only by Resources from Blaenavon
Day 9: St. Briavel's Castle to Cynwyd The Forest of Dean to Ironbridge - Seven Centuries' of Coal
Day 10: Cynwyd, to Dinorwig, to Llangollen, to Cynwyd From the Holyhead Port-Road to Transporting Electrons
Day 11: Cynwyd to Kendal British Hospitality
Day 12: Kendal to Edmundbyers Tracing Hadrian's Wall
Day 13: Edmundbyers to Lincoln On the Trail of Black Gold
Day 14: Lincoln to Cambridge The Spalding Energy Project
Day 15: Cambridge to Hampstead Heath (London) The Final Link

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Last updated: Wednesday April 28, 2004