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A climate-friendly Norway

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Published under: Stoltenberg's 2nd Government

Publisher Ministry of the Environment

The Norwegian Commission on Low Emissions presented their final report to Minister of the Environment Helen Bjørnøy. The Commission stresses that we face a serious and accelerating climate problem as a result of greenhouse gas emissions from human activity.

Date: 2006.10.05

A climate-friendly Norway

The Norwegian Commission on Low Emissions presented their final report to Minister of the Environment Helen Bjørnøy. The Commission stresses that we face a serious and accelerating climate problem as a result of greenhouse gas emissions from human activity.

The Commission chairmann Professor Jørgen Rander presented their final report to Minister of the Environment Helen Bjørnøy. Foto: MD.The consequences of the projected climate change are complex and varied – with potentially serious damaging effects. To gain control over the situation, major cuts in global greenhouse gas emissions are necessary. Fairness dictates that the rich countries reduce their greenhouse gases by about two-thirds from current levels by the middle of this century.
The Commission chairmann Professor
Jørgen Rander
presented their final report
to Minister of the Environment Helen
Bjørnøy. Foto: MD.

Read the summary in egnlish of the final report.