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Driving positive change, instead of cars

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The city needs to do much more than simply discourage the use of cars to reach its lofty carbon reduction goals

Back in the spring of 2015, the centreright government of Oslo announced a new programme called Green Shift, a plan to reduce CO2 levels to half of what they were in 1991, by the year 2030. That would be a stepping stone towards becoming a carbon neutral city by 2050.

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