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Nathan Rueche

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Nathan Rueche is pursuing an MSc in Climate Change: Environment, Science and Policy at King’s College London. He graduated with an MSc in Law, Economics and Management at the Paris XII University. His research interests cover climate change, environmental economics and policymaking.

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Kester Ratcliff

The transition of Norway’s fossil fuel practices to a cost-efficient greener model

Norway is a signatory to the Paris Climate Accords, an agreement that aims to prevent global temperatures from rising higher than 1.5 degrees. Although a small nation, Norway is the world’s 14th biggest oil-producing country and the 8th biggest producer of natural gas. At COP 26, Norway released its enhanced Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC’s), essentially a roadmap for how it intends to reduce its emissions in line with the Paris Agreement. Norway has pledged “to reduce emissions by at least 50-55 percent compared to 1990 levels by 2030”.

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