In the year 2114, the wood from 1,000 spruce saplings growing here will be turned into paper and used to print an anthology of 100 unpublished books -- which no one is allowed to read until then.
Over the past few years, the number of Christian elementary schools in Norway has doubled. This increase is believed to be a popular reaction to Norwegian society becoming more secular and multiethnic.
When Michael Booth wrote about the Nordic nations last week, he did not expect the furore that followed. Here, he defends his stance, and writers from the five countries have their say
Television in Denmark is rubbish, Finnish men like a drink - and Sweden is not exactly a model of democracy. Why, asks one expert, does everybody think the Nordic region is a utopia?
In Norway, the government recently decided to end their e-voting system, which was used in the 2011 and 2013 elections, BBC reported on Friday.
2013/09/29: The fossil fuel industry hurts the climate – and the economy. In Norway, environmentalists and labour union activists have formed a new alliance, and published a book on how to wean the country off oil.
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I'm just back from a trip sponsored by the Norwegian Seafood Council, whose job it is to promote sales of farmed fish from Norway. The Council takes great pride in the quality of Norwegian f
A couple of months ago, OpenCorporates published our report on access to company data in Open Government Partnership countries, which was pretty dire, with the countries scoring an average of just 21 out of 100 points. Well, today, Norway has boosted that average a bit, by becoming the first Open Government Partnership country to publish its company