Sweden is home to some of the world’s most pristine beaches, and its environmental record is unmatched in Europe.
But this country also has the most carbon emissions per capita per capita in Europe and in the world.
As a result, the country has become a hotbed of environmental activism and an important battleground for environmentalists.
Sweden is a green democracy with a long history of environmentalism.
Its social democrats and conservative parties are united in their opposition to the expansion of fossil fuels and their belief that climate change is a global threat.
The country has also been a pioneer of the green economy, which has made a comeback since the 1990s.
This trend, combined with the country’s low carbon emissions, is creating a climate change policy which is now being pushed in several European countries.
Sweden has also joined the EU, a member of the Schengen area, which makes it easier for people to move freely across borders.
This has given it an advantage over countries like Germany and France, which have restrictive climate policies.
This article was written by Lotte Stebben, Head of the Swedish Environmental Agency (Fondenförbunde) in cooperation with the Stockholm Environmental Institute.
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