The camp was situated inside Reykjaviks beautiful Botanical Garden.
Volunteers had several discussions on sustainability, technology and the specific challenges that tourism is bringing to Iceland now in terms of the environmental impact and an infrastructure that has only ever needed to support a population of 330 000. We also looked at the issue of sustainable food production for a global population, visited a geothermal power plant, a recycling facility and also talk about anti whaling campaign »meet us, don't eat us«.
Unfortunately, the weather kept us from doing the planned voluntary work outside, but we still had a chance to volunteer and help a company with fixing bikes for disadvantaged children.
In their free time, participants enjoyed exploring Iceland with the planned excursions to Snaefellsnes peninsula and South shore.