Norway starts 2020 with spring-like temperatures.
Once one of Norway’s most accessible glaciers, the Nigardsbreen has receded to reveal a difficult trek across hard slabs of rock. Instead of 50 tourists at a time, guides now take as few as six people, even though business couldn’t be better.
Norway has no intention to stop the extraction of oil and gas.
The main political opposition in the Norwegian parliament, pledges to protect the Lofoten islands from oil drilling.
Do you want to work in the wind energy sector? Then you might want to look to Norway, Sigrid Carstairs tells you why.
Green groups, indigenous people and scientists launch a legal challenge against the Norwegian government for handing out oil drilling licenses in the Arctic.
The Norwegian electric car industry reached a milestone last year with 50,000 electric cars now registered in the Scandinavian country. By Anders Lorenzen While electric cars struggle to take off […]
A Volkswagen e-Golf on the Norwegian roads. Photo credit: Norsk Elbilforening. By Anders Lorenzen Europe’s largest market for electrical cars, Norway, has again recorded significant new growth trends that confirms […]
First Minister of Scotland Alex Salmond and British Prime Minister David Cameron signs the Edinburgh Agreement which gives Scotland a referendum to vote for Independence from the United Kingdom. Photo […]
By Sini Saarela The salty sea water is splashing on my face and the boat is jumping up and down the waves. My hands are ice cold. We are in […]