By Amalie Henden The proliferation of off-grid cabins in remote Norway is disrupting the wildlife
Norwegians love to unplug once in a while — disappear from civilisation into their remote cabins. Being in contact with the nature is one of the most valued factors for people with cabins. They enjoy the cumbersome, rural life without any power, water or toilets. Or so they claim. In the last years cabins have gotten bigger and with more facilities, and it is starting to affect the environment and the wildlife in the Norwegian forest.
Cabins a disturbing factor
According to the Institute of Natural Research (NINA) report on
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