Policy and practice in Norwegian green transition
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This literature review and policy overview attempts to set out the ways in which the green transition is understood, presented and implemented in the Norwegian context. The driving forces and characteristics of a green transition in Norway can be seen as being embedded within the country’s ambition to assume global leadership in technology development. The national directions for the green transition are all-encompassing, with a predominant focus on green competitiveness – from regional connectivity through to skills development and climate technology leadership. Industry and business actions and strategies are ambitious within waste management, transport and logistics and marine and maritime sectors, but also reliant on the national context to provide a stable framework that compensates for an otherwise bumpy risk landscape.