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Sweden acknowledges latest IPCC Climate Change report


Stockholm, 10 August 2021 (TDI): Swedish Foreign Ministry has acknowledged the urgent situation created by the recent wildfires in southern Europe due to the record temperatures noted this year. The latest report by International Panel on Climate Change has presented a grim situation that lies ahead due to exponential environmental and climate degradation. According to the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs “Sweden is working for reduced emissions globally and climate change adaptation in vulnerable parts of the world.”
The commitment is a part of the EU agenda on Climate Change of “Fit for 55”. The climate package proposes the reduction of harmful emissions up to 55% by 2030. The ambitious EU Green Deal also sets goals to impose energy taxes, a carbon adjustment model or carbon tax, and the proposal for equalizing greenhouse emissions. Rules for maritime emissions of carbon dioxide are also a part of the plan.

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