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Energy - Problem or Sollution? Norwegian Petroleum Museum

Energy - Problem or Sollution? Norwegian Petroleum Museum Photo: NOM/Shadé Barka Martins Energy - Problem or Sollution? Norwegian Petroleum Museum Photo: NOM/Shadé Barka Martins
Energy - Problem or Sollution? Norwegian Petroleum Museum Photo: NOM/Shadé Barka Martins
Energy - Problem or Sollution? Norwegian Petroleum Museum Photo: NOM/Shadé Barka Martins

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Energi - Problem or Solution?

This new attraction focuses on one of today’s biggest challenges – while the world’s growing population needs ever more energy, that usually means emitting greenhouse gases.

   Things could quickly go wrong ...

   The museum presents an exhibition which deals with the most important dilemmas faced by energy and climate policies – global warming or oil, climate or nature conservation, climate or prosperity. The aim as to educate, provoke – and involve.

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Where:Norsk Oljemuseum
7/8/2013 - 8/31/2013
Mon - Sun
10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
9/1/2013 - 5/31/2014
Mon - Sat
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sun
10:00 AM - 6:00 PM
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Energy - Problem or Sollution? Norwegian Petroleum Museum - Photo: NOM/Shadé Barka Martins

Energy - Problem or Sollution? Norwegian Petroleum Museum

Energi - Problem or Solution? This new attraction focuses on one of today’s biggest challenges – while the world’s growing population needs ever more...

Energy - Problem or Sollution? Norwegian Petroleum Museum

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