Tourism has in recent years become a large part of Icelandic businesses with innovative new tours becoming available each new tourist season. This has brought attention to many of Icelands finest traditions and products such as the Icelandic wool sweaters which are handmade from the finest Icelandic wool. However tourism in Icleand still has a long way to go before it becomes as improtant as the centuries long traditons of Fishing in Icleand and working the Icelandic fish. Fishing in Iceland has been the most valuable aspect of the Icelandic economy for centuries. Today, global awareness of the importance of renewable resources has brought attention to the efficient way which the icelandic government has regulated and controlled the fishing industrie in Icleand for decades balancing the demand for Icelandic fish and the need to maintain healthy ocean life. The oceans are not the only valuable natural resource in iceland, geothermal energy also brings with it a wealth of opportunities which have been developed over the last decades. Geothermal power in Iceland has been worked in a clean and efficient way for decades bringing hot water to the whole country, enough to heat the houses and outdoor swimming pools in every corner of Icleand.