Norwegian youth protest against oil companies

The Lofoten Islands, located in the north of Norway, have a high oil index throughout. In this way, the country’s government plans to explore the territory.

In return for the leadership of the Nordic state, the country’s young people did not like the idea and staged a protest that not only the islands were not exploited, but also that the oil companies were shut down at once.

Simon Sand, 16, who was present at the demonstration in front of the Norwegian Parliament, said that “the climate comes first, money later.”

The country’s current government plans to balance carbon emissions so that exploration can be carried out on the islands.