Lars Haltbrekken

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Lars Haltbrekken
Lars Haltbrekken.jpg
Haltbrekken in 2011
Born 9 March 1971
Occupation Member of the Norwegian parliament
Spouse(s) Silje Schei Tveitdal

Lars Haltbrekken (born 9 March 1971) is a Norwegian environmentalist and was elected to the Parliament of Norway in 2017 for the Socialist Left Party (Norway). He was chairman of Friends of the Earth Norway from 2005[1] to 2016[2] after having been deputy chairman from 2003-2005. Haltbrekken was also chairman of Natur og Ungdom in 1995 and 1996. In between the two leaderships he worked primarily trying to prevent natural gas power plants in Norway, and was chairman of Fellesaksjonen mot gasskraftverk. He grew up in Trondheim.


  1. ^ Norges Naturvernforbund in Store norske leksikon (in Norwegian)
  2. ^ "Lars Haltbrekken går av som leder i Norges Naturvernforbund". (in Norwegian). Retrieved 2018-01-09.
Preceded by
Erik Solheim
Chairman of Friends of the Earth Norway
Succeeded by
Silje Lundberg
Preceded by
Heidi Sørensen
Chairman of Natur og Ungdom
Succeeded by
Silje Schei Tveitdal

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