Enova SF is a state enterprise owned by the Ministry of Climate and Environment.
Web page: https://www.enova.no/about-enova/
The Norwegian Environment Agency’s central tasks and responsibility will be in managing Norwegian nature and preventing pollution.
Web page: https://www.environmentagency.no/
The funds resources will be uses to initiate and stimulate good projects and initiatives with the purpose of looking after the lofty environmental goals which are set for Svalbard.
Web page: https://www.miljovernfondet.no/en/
The Directorate for Cultural Heritage is responsible for the management of cultural heritage and is the Ministry of the Environment´s advisory and executive body for the management of architectural and archeological monuments and sites and cultural environments.
Web page: http://www.ra.no/
The Norwegian Biodiversity Information Centre is a national bank of knowledge about biodiversity. Its main task is to provide society with up-to-date and easily accessible information about Norwegian species and biotopes.
Web page: https://www.biodiversity.no/
The Norwegian Meteorological Institute, which is the national meteorological centre for civilian and military purposes, provides services such as weather forecasts and climate monitoring.
Web page: https://www.met.no/en
The Norwegian Polar Research Institute is the central state institution for the mapping and scientific investigations in polar regions, in addition to serving as the professional and strategic advisor for the central administration on environmental affairs in Norwegian polar regions.
Web page: http://www.npolar.no/en/