the Response to the submitter ”Rationing of fuels can reduce emissions” in the DN Opinion (may 12):
the Environment is important, but also a functioning democratic society. Shall we play our part, we should focus on renewable fuels, so that Sweden in the long term can become zero carbon.
Then you should not that during the last mandate, subsidize electric bicycles. Bike can you do anyway?
That cruise ships only in Sweden emit eight times more than the flight, what the government does about it? Will shipping companies be taxed, or how will Stefan Leaves and the government?
a third equivalent of what the airline industry emits. The same thing what the government does about this?
Flygskatten taken out of goes well not to support the development of renewable fuel?
Sweden should become self-sufficient in food, but how is it when agriculture is declining at a rapid pace? There are no battery-powered farm tractors available and dieselkostnaden for the farmer will soon make it impossible to run their business.
For those who live in rural areas and in the Northern inland it has already taken down most of the time in the service road. They are dependent on the car to be able to stay here. An expensive electric car is perhaps not the optimum, when the temperature goes down to minus 30 degrees and the battery effect is halved when the nearest store and the jobs are located many miles away.
at a furious pace in the north. One can wonder why the build out of wind power where there is already a surplus of electricity from hydropower. Why not build wind power where demand is greatest to transport down vindkraftselen so goes every third wind away in the power dissipation of the transmitted power to the south?
the Taxes are much higher out in the country's smaller municipalities, where public transport does not exist.
If the companies in the forestry industry, the mining industry, hydro and wind power would be taxed at the places they operate, it should be able to give the opportunity to in the long term stay and provide the same service as in urban areas.