– Is this the height of double standards from the Oil Fund?

– Is this the height of double standards from the Oil Fund?
– Is this the height of double standards from the Oil Fund?

The Norwegian Oil Fund’s climate plan is detailed in this week’s “Someone must go”.

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This week the news came that Norwegian oil money before 2050 should only be invested in zero-emission companies.

It is perhaps the height of double standards, according to the gang in “Someone must go”.

– If Norway were a person, I would be Gunhild Stordalen. Who says people must be ashamed of eating meat, but flies a private jet, says commentator Gerd Tjeldflåt.

At the Storting this week, there was a crisis meeting about electricity, but it did not result in new solutions. And in Bergen, a new city budget has been presented, peppered with an overwhelming amount of biblical references. Perhaps to appease KrF after cuts in almost all of their matters of the heart?

Veka’s “Å Vestland” is about the rich corps milieu in Nordhordland, and about neighborly rivalry.

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Published: 22 September 2022 23:06

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