Ministry of Climate and Environment

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Published under: Solberg's Government

Publisher Ministry of Climate and Environment

The Ministry of Climate and Environment has a particular responsibility for carrying out the environmental policies of the Government.


Norway's International Climate and Forest Initiative (NICFI)

Norway has pledged up to 3 billion NOK a year to help save these forests while improving the livelihoods of those who life off, in, and near the forests.

Future management of golden eagle in Norway

The future management of golden eagles has been debated in the Norwegian Parliament. How to ensure the needs of indigenous people (Sami people) and livestock was at the heart of the debate the 6th of June this year.



Priority research needs of the Ministry of Climate and Environment (2016-2021)

2016-03-07: Policy development and governance in the field of environment and climate change must be knowledge-based. This means that the environmental authorities must have information on the state of the environment, drivers of change, pressures and impacts, and appropriate tools and policy instruments. This document describes priority knowledge needs for the period 2016–2021. It is based on input from the Norwegian Environment Agency, the Directorate for Cultural Heritage, the Norwegian Polar Institute and the Norwegian Radiation Protection Authority.

White Paper

Nature for life — Norway’s national biodiversity action plan (Chapter 4–9)

2015-12-18: The Government takes a long-term approach to the management of Norwegian nature. We must ensure that future generations also have opportunities for wealth creation based on healthy ecosystems. The Government will therefore take steps to ensure that Norwegian nature is used sustainably, prevent the loss of species and ecosystems, and continue efforts for the conservation of a representative selection of Norwegian nature.

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