In connection with the climate conference in Katowice, a series of reports on climate change published. It is now clear that the global emissions of carbon dioxide will reach record levels in 2018, and that the swede's election is equivalent to five times the world average.
Among the Swedish people's representatives in the parliament there seems to be a consensus that climate change is worrying – with a few exceptions.
let the mps answer a questionnaire about the climate. 119 of 349 members responded. Of them claim 112 that they believe in klimatprognoserna. A few say that they believe in most, but not all. Two persons representing the SD and M – says that they do not trust the forecasts.
One of them is the moderate member of the riksdag Jan Ericson. During the week, he has on his blog, developed their thoughts on the climate summit. He writes that the face of each such meeting pops up in ”sensational scientific reports” that he is skeptical.
To the DN says Jan Ericson that there is so many different information about climate change that he has difficulty knowing what he should believe.
" The last time we have seen the figures on that we will get a global warming ranging from 1.5 degrees to three, four, five, six degrees. There is no end to it.
the IPCC report presented the different increases of temperature, depending on the level at which emissions will be in the future. Jan Ericson, " he says read the most in terms of climate change and assesses some of the data as more quality-assured than the other. Which it is to he not, however, tell. Climate change, he says not to be worried over.
" Humanity tends to solve problems when they pop up. I am perhaps more optimistic. I'm not much for domedagsteorier at all.
which is large Maria Ores Stenergard have a completely different view on the issue of climate change.
" It is quite clear that it is one of our greatest's fatal questions and that it is extremely short on time, which is also shown by the IPCC's latest report. I am of course very concerned about whether we should be able to reach the two degree target, "she says
When she was elected to the Conservatives on climate policy spokesperson, she said she wanted to highlight the climate issue in the party and ”mix it up blue with more green". It she feels that it is managed to a large extent, even if she believes that the party is still visible for a little at the question.
Maria Ores Stenergard says that even if there are individual members with other perspectives than that which is the party's stance so it will not affect the policy in question.
– I will answer for my and the Conservatives posture. We take the climate threat seriously, and also presents a policy in line with it. I assume that you in their work stick to the party line, " she says.
according to the survey that they have klimatångest. In a similar survey last year, 11 responded that they had klimatångest and 10 people felt that klimatprognoserna were exaggerated.
All but six respond that they are concerned about climate change.
Hanna Westerén, the social democratic party's environmental spokesperson, says that there is no reason to doubt klimatprognoserna.
"We socialists and democrats are clearly concerned about climate change and see it as an extremely important political issue because climate change is endangering the most of the policy in general is about, for example, the transfer of wealth, jobs and growth," she says.