Norway

Policies

  • Better growth, lower emissions Strategy
    Executive
    2017
    This strategy aims at enabling Norway' private sector to be competitive and environmentally friendly, and enable the country to enjoy full employment, high income and low greenhouse gases emissions. The strategy focuses on green markets (including emissions trading and taxation), green and innova...
  • White Paper on the 2030 climate strategy, Meld St. 41 (2016-2017)
    Executive
    2017
    This document presents the government's strategy to meet its climate commitments for 2030. It discusses sectoral performances and examines ways to further reduce emissions.
  • National Transport Plan 2018-2029 (Meld. St. 33 2016-2017)
    Executive
    2017
    This document sets the government's National Transport Plan for the period 2018-2029. It notably deals with the sectoral emissions reductions targets, discussing higher rates of biofuels, technology improvements, transport-related infrastructure and urbanism, public transport and other active modes.
  • White Paper on Climate Change Adaptation, Meld St. 33 (2012-2013)
    Executive
    2013
    The White Paper states that everyone is responsible for climate change adaptation - individuals, business and industry and the authorities. It provides an account of what Norwegian authorities are doing to enable everyone to assume responsibility for climate change adaptation as effectively as po...
  • Climate Settlement, Innst. 390 S (2011-2012)
    Executive
    2012
    The Climate Settlement is officially known as 'Recommendation of the Energy and Environment Committee: Climate Settlement, Innst. 390 S (2011-2012), based on the White Paper on Climate Efforts, Meld. St. 21 (2011-2012)'. This document reinforces the targets set out in the 2008 agreement on climat...
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