Sweden on track to achieve 2030 climate goals

The Swedish Environment Protection Agency has delivered an upbeat first verdict on the country’s progress towards its 2030 climate goals, which were initially outlined by the government in June

The Swedish Environment Protection Agency has delivered an upbeat first verdict on the country’s progress towards its 2030 climate goals, initially outlined by the government in June this year.

Sweden is aiming to achieve net zero climate emissions before 2045.

The latest figures collated by the government show that Sweden is well on the way to its climate goals. The statistics show that total carbon emissions in 2016, including those inside and outside of the EU ETS, were 52.9 million tonnes.

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