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Highlights of Sweden on the climate summit
"Highlights of Sweden on the climate summit

Klimatminister Isabella Lövin highlights Sweden as a proof that global climate change can be averted.

During his speech at the UN climate conference in Katowice in Poland she says that Sweden's economy has grown strongly – at the same time as the Swedish emissions have fallen by 25% since 1990.

– A transition to a society without fossil fuels will open up for new investment, jobs and better life potentials, " says Lövin (MP).

She regrets that the world is heading towards climate change that can have disastrous consequences.

– In Sweden we experienced an extremely hot summer this year, with the drought and fierce forest fires. We see on the news about the forest fires in California, hurricanes in the Caribbean and the Pacific, the torrential rain in Japan and drought in Africa.

She pleads in century to all countries not to wait any longer to act.

– It is needed here in Katowice is a decision on a robust, detailed, clear and long-term rulebook that will get the paris agreement to work – a rule book that gives us a comparable and predictable environment, and which makes it possible to raise the ambitions of the time.

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