Late Tuesday morning, the Norwegian Supreme Court ruled against litigation brought by environmental group Greenpeace Nordic and Nature & Youth in the country's so-called climate lawsuit – a much-discussed principal case that's been ongoing since 2016 and has passed through several legislative levels.
The whole issue pivots around oil and gas exploration and production licenses issued by the state for the southeastern region of the Barents Sea through a tender held in 2013. However, the country's supreme court has now ruled that the state hasn't violated any of the above.
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