Norway to Offset Public Officials’ Air Travel
“We want to set an example,” Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg said. “If only a few do this, it means little. If many join in, it can mean a great deal.”
NTB estimated the cost of buying emission quotas for public employees on foreign flights would be roughly $400,000 (2.5 million kroner) per year.
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