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Information on the coronavirus and measures taken in the City of Oslo
The environmental policy of Oslo passed by the City Council in 2011.
Plan for the management of biodiversity in Oslo passed by the City Council in 2015.
Green municipality: eco-efficiency and environmental management systems in the City of Oslo passed by the City Council in 2003 and the guide A Green Capital: Eco-efficiency in the City of Oslo, 2005.
A short version of the strategy outlining how Oslo will become climate-resilient. Adopted by the City Council in 2015.
Adopted by the City Council in June 2016, outlining the targets and measures for GHG emission reductions and the development of a sustainable energy system.
A short version of an action plan outlining targets and mitigations for developing a floodway and retention network. Anchored in the Storm water strategy that was approved by the city Council in 2014.
Agreement between the Labour Party, the Green Party and the Socialist Left Party in Oslo 2015-2019.
Brochure describing the strategies used in the urban development of Oslo. Updated in January 2018.
Brochure describing Oslo's Fjord City . Updated in February 2018.
Brochure describing the urban redevelopment area of Hovinbyen.
Brochure describing how the City of Oslo will combat plastic pollution, 2019-2020.