Norway Spends Less on Environmental Protection

The report reveals that Norway’s environment protection expenditures decreased by 0.12%. Norway spends just 1.8% of its total budget on environmental protection (NOK 26.07 billion, 2014), which is half of Malta’s environmental spending. It is also reported that the Norwegian government must work hard and rely on large costs for achieving its CO2 target. In a new report from British Gas, Carbon Footprint, Norway’s carbon emissions have increased by as much as 18.91% since 1992. Norway is still ahead of both Sweden and Denmark, but the two countries have reduced their emissions significantly within the same period. (The Nordic Page)



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