The 2050 Climate Change Committee’s own reports:
The 2050 Climate Change Committee’s interim report
The 2050 Climate Change Committee presented an interim report in the summer of 2022 with the committee’s preliminary assessments, and asked for input on ten selected topics.
External reports and inquiries commissioned by the 2050 Climate Change Committee:
Legislation in support or as an obstacle to reaching a low-emission society
As commissioned by the 2050 Climate Change Committee, Holth and Winge have assessed how existing legislation facilitates and/or hinders Norway’s transition to a low-emission society.
The work is delivered in four reports which can be read by following the links below:
Report from the Climate Committee Young
In order to ensure that the 2050 Climate Change Committee received input from children and young people in its work, the Committee comissioned the National Council for Norwegian Children and Youth Organizations (LNU) to prepare a written report on views and recommendations from children and youth organizations to the 2050 Climate Change Committee. The work was intended gather input from children and young people who are involved in voluntary organisations, and be based on the 2050 Climate Change Committee’s interim report.
Climate and work with emission reductions in the award letters to state directorates
The Climate Committee 2050 asked the Fridtjof Nansen Institute (FNI) to assess whether, and possibly how, climate and work on emission reductions are included in the management of the state directorates.
Greenhouse gas emissions distributed by population segment
On behalf of the 2050 Climate Change Committee, Menon Economics has compiled an overview of existing data and information on how greenhouse gas emissions are distributed among different segments of the Norwegian population.
Norwegian emissions in other countries
On behalf of the 2050 Climate Change Committee, Menon Economics has compiled an overview of emissions in other countries that can be linked to Norwegian activity; primarily emissions in other countries from goods and products Norway exports, and emissions linked to the production of goods and products Norway imports and consumes.
Compilation of scenarios for power production and demand
Commissioned by the 2050 Climate Change Committee, Thema Consulting Group has created an overview of various scenarios for the development of power production and demand in Norway and the Nordics until 2050. A total of 17 scenarios have been considered, from nine different reports and six different analytical environments.