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Carbon emissions reduction in Norway

Erik Solheim, former Norwegian Minister of Environment and International Development, is currently Chairman of the Development Assistance Committee for the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Devlopment (OECD). He was appointed UNEP Special Envoy in January 2013 to deal with issues relating to UNEP's sub-programme for Disasters and Conflicts. Mr Solheim spoke to Climate Action and highlighted some of the challenges for Norway in reducing carbon emissions.

  • Published: June 15th, 2013
  • Author: Simione Talanoa

Erik Solheim, former Norwegian Minister of Environment and International Development, is currently Chairman of the Development Assistance Committee for the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Devlopment (OECD). He was appointed UNEP Special Envoy in January 2013 to deal with issues relating to UNEP's sub-programme for Disasters and Conflicts.

Mr Solheim spoke to Climate Action and highlighted some of the challenges for Norway in reducing carbon emissions.