"Högerpolitiken makes us more vulnerable"
"Aftonbladet's leader board is the independent social democrat."
"The scorching summer of 2018 was a hard bang for Sweden. Groundwater levels are still unusually low in large parts of the country. In Sala municipality was already in January, and recommended the inhabitants to save on water."
"Last time it was this bad already at the beginning of the year was 2016. Then you had to transport the water to the island of Öland the summer season. Another reminder of how vulnerable we are."
"But we are not confused in the face of dwindling wells and drinking-water shortages. After the drought in the summer of 2016 wagered government to prevent drought and to increase the groundwater. The contributions to the våtmarksprojekt was a way to retain water in the open landscapes and in the forest, but also combat climate change – because the wetlands absorb carbon dioxide from the air. "
"Then came the Conservatives and Their ill-conceived budget, which was adopted with the support of The sweden democrats. "
"In the budget was not the financial contribution, which was a severe blow to the våtmarkssatsningen in the counties, reports Sveriges Radio. Ellen Hultman, a biologist at the county administrative board in Östergötland, is very critical to M-KD-budget impact."
" I will be surprised that not all see that this is urgent and in a hurry and that we have a problem. And need to get moving if we are to tackle this in the future, " she says to Radio Sweden."
"Twice as much rainfall is needed."
"there is a shortage of rainfall, they can for those who live in the northernmost parts of Sweden, where you are forced to shovel the snow, seem to be a strange claim. But it needed twice as much precipitation against what usually fall the next few months for groundwater levels to return to normal, according to the geological survey of Sweden, SGU. Grundvattenmagasinen should preferably be full when spring comes."
"the focus on wetlands is needed, as part of the preparations, in order to protect Sweden against the threat to the climate."
"Bourgeois politicians who do not realise it makes us considerably more vulnerable."