They sort of rediscovered the oil potential: the melting Arctic = oil and new shipping routes. I'm sure everyone here have already put some money into that.The fund’s chief executive, Yngve Slyngstad, said that ‘the return on the investments in global financial markets has been so high that it can be compared to having discovered oil again.’
If you assume that Norway is the only country in the world, or at least that they have the right to deplete the natural ocean resources under the pretext of tradition/science/another lie motivated by the short-sighted greed - despite the International Whaling Commission's ban on commercial whaling.Alpine (downhill) or Telemark(ziggy-zaggy)?
minke whale poaching in Norway
I thought whaling was official policy??
I did not make the argument, you did.The argument that minke whaling should be banned because the meat is contaminated is eccentric. I'm not saying it's wrong, but probably wouldn't make the top ten list of most anti-whalers. This would seem more plausible for apex predators like orcas. Baleen whales, not so much.