Norway election brings change in government, but likely much of the same on climate

Published 03:50 on September 14, 2021  /  Last updated at 03:50 on September 14, 2021  /  Carbon Taxes, EMEA, EU ETS, International  /  No Comments

Norwegian voters on Monday threw out its centre-right government after eight years in office, paving the way for a centre-left coalition to take over, but although its policy platform is yet to be negotiated it is unlikely there will be major changes to the nation’s climate and energy policies.

Norwegian voters on Monday threw out its centre-right government after eight years in office, paving the way for a centre-left coalition to take over, but although its policy platform is yet to be negotiated it is unlikely there will be major changes to the nation’s climate and energy policies.

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