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Roy Angelvik

Roy Angelvik

State Secretary for the Minister of Trade, Industry, and Fisheries of the Kingdom of Norway
Quotes
10.04.2019
International Arctic Forum 2019
Key Aspects of Promising Areas of the Arctic Fishing Industry
Humankind must use fish resources very responsibly. The foundation for sustainable, environmentally friendly management of marine resources is collaborative research. Scientific research urges us to make responsible decisions, and it urges our governments to make responsible decisions. The times when people could illegally fish in the ocean have passed. Well-coordinated work and clear liabilities help with that. We must learn to use the sea not just as hunters, but as farmers too
09.04.2019
International Arctic Forum 2019
Opportunities and Risks for the Ocean Economy: Ensuring Sustainable Use of the World Ocean’s Natural Riches
We need to understand what climate change is and how it impacts the ecosystem as a whole, and to develop a unified concept of the importance of the world ocean. If we take care of the ocean, the ocean will take care of us
09.04.2019
International Arctic Forum 2019
Future Arctic: Sustainable Solutions
Norway aims to address challenges in a safe and environmentally sound way. We will publish an action plan for green shipping later this year. The Norwegian maritime industry is at the forefront of using new technology and adopting new environmentally friendly solutions
09.04.2019
International Arctic Forum 2019
Future Arctic: Sustainable Solutions
In 2017, the Arctic states adopted a collective goal to reduce black carbon emissions by 25–33%. Reaching this goal is an essential task for all Arctic states. Research indicates that 40% of the black carbon in the Arctic comes from flaring. Reducing flaring is therefore a key priority, and the World Bank’s Zero Routing Flaring by 2030 initiative is endorsed by all oil‑producing Arctic states