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Climate action[edit | edit source]

wikipedia:Climate change in Norway

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Fairtrade settlements in Norway - Farmers Market Norway

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Research[edit | edit source]

wikipedia:Centre for Renewable Energy

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Local communities in Norway[edit | edit source]

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Wikipedia: Norway, Environmental organisations based in Norway (category), Norwegian environmentalists (category)

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Apr 5 Norway Is The First Country In The World To Ban Deforestation, More Countries Need To Follow Suit [1]

Mar 5 Oslo Is (Almost) Car-Free -- And Likes It That Way [2]

Oslo starts its year as European Green Capital 2019, Jan 4 [3]


Norway builds world's tallest timber tower, and it's both environmentally friendly and fire resistant, Sep 5 [4]


Oslo Offers Citizens $1,200 to Buy an E-Bike, Jan 31 [5]


There Are Now More Than 100,000 Electric Cars On Norway's Roads, Dec 19 [6]

Oslo is creating the model for how cities can solve climate change, Oct 14 [7]

Norway: the electric car paradise, Jul 15 [8]

Oslo votes to slash emissions 95% by 2030, Jun 23 [9]

Norway pledges to become climate neutral by 2030, Jun 15 [10]

Norway to 'completely ban petrol powered cars by 2025', Jun 6 [11]

Norway becomes first country in the world to commit to zero deforestation, Jun 4 [12]

Norway Will Spend Almost $1 Billion on New Bike Highways, Mar 3 [13]

Reforestation in Norway: showing what’s possible in Scotland and beyond, January 20 [14]


Oslo moves to ban cars from city centre within four years, October 19 [15]

First 100% electric car ferry operating in Norway, August 4 [16]

Norway Will Divest From Coal in Push Against Climate Change, June 5 [17]

Oslo divests from coal companies, March 2 [18]

Norway: Welfare for Innovation, February 15 [19]


A lot of cities could use a Trampe Cyclocable, March 18 [20]

Oslo introduces buses powered by a by-product of food waste, March 5 [21]

Norwegian government reviews fossil fuel divestment plan, March 3 [22]



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