Sweden aims for zero net emissions

A new climate law in Sweden promises zero net greenhouse-gas emissions by 2045 and a 70% reduction in domestic transport sector emissions by 2030.

The proposed legislation would enter force on 1 January 2018 and the bill paving the way for its introduction was signed last month by Isabella Lövin, minister for international development co-operation and climate. It makes the government and future administrations responsible for pursuing policies that are based on the climate goals. For the first ...

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