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  • Positive forest statistics from Brazil – but world rainforests under rising pressure

    2017-10-20 News story Ministry of Climate and Environment

    Fresh figures from Brazil’s National Institute for Space Research (INPE) indicate that deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon decreased by 16 per cent in the past year compared with the year before. Nevertheless, forests in many parts of the world

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    Changes in the Government

    2017-10-20 Press release Office of the Prime Minister

    In a session of the Council of State today, the King has made changes in the Government.

  • Changes among the political advisers

    2017-10-20 Press release Office of the Prime Minister

    After the changes in the Government today, the Office of the Prime Minister has made changes among the political advisers.

  • Changes among the state secretaries

    2017-10-20 Press release Office of the Prime Minister

    Due to the changes in the Government today, changes have been made in the list of state secretaries.

  • New ambassadors from Portugal, Lithuania, Kyrgyzstan and Panama

    2017-10-19 News story Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Four new ambassadors to Norway presented their letters of credence to His Majesty King Harald V on 19. October 2017.

  • Norsk veikart for ERA 2016 - 2020

    2017-10-17 Report Ministry of Education and Research

    Norge legger med dette dokumentet frem sitt nasjonale veikart for Det europeiske forskningsområdet - «European Research Area»(ERA).

  • Realising the commercial potential of the sea

    2017-10-17 Press release Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries

    The Government aims to bolster Norway's profile as a leading maritime nation, and is allocating funds to secure more knowledge about new marine species and the Arctic.

  • Discontinuing coal activities at Svea and Lunckefjell

    2017-10-17 Press release Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries

    The Government is proposing a discontinuation of coal operations at Svea and Lunckefjell, and will allocate NOK 141 million for clean-up in the mines in 2018.

  • Safe schools for children in conflict areas

    2017-10-17 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Currently, 37 million children and youth do not have access to education because of crises and conflicts. Norway gives high priority to the protection of children's education in conflict areas.

  • Changes among the political advisers

    2017-10-16 Press release Office of the Prime Minister

    The Office of the Prime Minister has appointed Mr. Syver Hanke as political adviser to Minister of Education and Research Henrik Asheim, in state secretary Magnus Thue’s leave of absence.

  • Fake news and alternative facts

    2017-10-16 Speech/statement Ministry of Education and Research

    Opening remarks on the occasion of this year's Acadmy Symposium in Humanities and Social Sciences at The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters.

    By Minister of Education and Research Henrik Asheim

  • Knowledge regarding climate change and green competitiveness

    2017-10-12 News story Ministry of Climate and Environment

    The government will strengthen climate research. The budget proposes to increase the allocation by NOK 20 million towards research that can lead to lower greenhouse gas emissions, especially from transport and agriculture.

  • The fight against chronic wasting disease

    2017-10-12 News story Ministry of Climate and Environment

    The Ministry of Climate and Environment has allocated NOK 18.6 million to combat chronic wasting disease in deer animals. The money will, amongst other things, be used to take out the wild reindeer herd in the Nordfjella- mountains.

  • Substantial increase in support for religious minorities

    2017-10-12 Press release Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    'Around 70 % of the world's population live in countries where there are restrictions on freedom of religion and belief. We will therefore continue to step up our support for efforts to promote freedom of religion and belief, to the benefit of

  • Money for wolf issues

    2017-10-12 News story Ministry of Climate and Environment

    The Government will grant approximately NOK 27 million to municipalities within the designated wolf zones, to further the tagging of wolves and towards strengthening the Norwegian Nature Inspectorate’s efforts to combat conflict.

  • The government forwards a strategy for green competitiveness

    2017-10-12 News story Ministry of Climate and Environment

    A continuously stricter global climate policy and an ever faster technological development changes the overall conditions for Norwegian business. The strategy for green competitiveness, which the government presents today, will prepare Norway

  • Government to double support for Western Balkans

    2017-10-12 Press release Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    'Strengthening the rule of law and promoting democratic and economic development in the Western Balkans are very important. I am pleased to announce that the Government intends to double Norway's aid to the region from NOK 175 million in 2017 to NOK

  • Norway's peace and reconciliation efforts to be stepped up

    2017-10-12 Press release Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    'Norwegian engagement in peace and reconciliation work is more important than ever, and the Government is proposing to step up these efforts in 2018. At the same time, we intend to increase our support for implementation of the Colombian peace

  • NOK 150 million for development programme to combat plastic and other marine litter

    2017-10-12 Press release Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    ‘Norway intends to take the lead in ocean affairs internationally. Marine litter, including plastics, has become one of the most serious environmental problems of our time. That is why the Government is launching a concerted effort to combat marine

  • The Government will further develop the National Tourist Trails

    2017-10-12 News story Ministry of Climate and Environment

    The Government will facilitate the best-known hiking trails for tourists. The Ministry of Climate and Environment proposes spending NOK 10.5 million on this, an increase of 3 million from 2017.