White papers (Meld.St.) are drawn up when the Government wishes to present matters to the Storting that do not require a decision. White papers tend to be in the form of a report to the Storting on the work carried out in a particular field and future policy. These documents, and the subsequent discussion of them in the Storting, often form the basis of a draft resolution or bill at a later stage.
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Report to the Storting No. 41 (1994-95) on Norwegian policy to mitigate climate changes and reduce emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx) - Summary -1995-06-02 Report to the Storting Ministry of Climate and Environment
On 2 June 1995, the Government of Norway submitted Report nr. 41 (1994-95) to the Storting (Parliament) on Norwegian policy to mitigate climate change and reduce emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx ). The following text is an unofficial English
Parliamentary White Paper 31 (2014 - 2015) The Farm as a resource - The market as a goal - Growth and entrepreneurship in agriculture based industry -2015-06-05 Report to the Storting Ministry of Agriculture and Food
The Paper details policies for agriculture based industry other than traditional farming and forestry. The Paper discusses development trends, challenges as well as the potential for future growth and development. The Paper contains individual