Greenpeace loses Arctic oil case against the Norwegian government

Greenpeace and organization Nature and Youth will pay the legal costs for the Norwegian government in an environmental case.

Photo: Harald Pettersen - Statoil

This Thursday, Greenpeace lost a court case against Norway's government, in which the organization had accused the state of prioritizing oil over the environment in the Barents Sea.

Environmental organizations Greenpeace Nordic and Nature and Youth will now pay the legal expenses for the Norwegian government.

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