despite stiff opposition from the greens, the parliament of Norway cleared the nation's first petroleum development project in the Arctic Barents Sea. It was passed by a 75-25 vote recently. The

Two global meetings chart a course for weeding out biopiracy

Norwegian researchers believe

US organisations begin trade in carbon dioxide emissions

Jan Pronk, chairperson of climate change talks held in New York, offers a compromise plan that gives away too much on sinks

Northern companies are eyeing cheap land in developing countries for carbon profits

Cramped economy class seats and long distance flights is a deadly combination for many

After wrecking the climate talks in the Hague, the US led coalition refuses to participate in further negotiations in Oslo

Norway's food safety agency has issued a warning to people in the north of the country to reduce their consumption of seagull eggs. The agency claimed the eggs are contaminated with high levels of

Nations for and against whaling clash once again, and fail to reach consensus