(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)
I have a great sense of Steinar Lem, but I think he misses when he portrays Åslaug Haga as the great environmental enemy (Ny Tid no. 33). Brief justification:
Haga participates in a government coalition that has gone to elections including on strengthening the railway, and dropping a new highway E18 between Asker and Oslo. The garden leads our worst highway and our most hostile party; his party partner Kenneth Svendsen has stated rightly that the Bergensbanen should be closed down.
Haga's party is in favor of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, albeit far less than what the UN Climate Panel has calculated is necessary for Norway. The garden party denies the whole thing. . .
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