Sweden to present new climate change project at UN conference

The UN conference was preceded by demonstrations across the globe. (Agneta Furvik/Sveriges Radio)
The UN conference was preceded by demonstrations across the globe. (Agneta Furvik/Sveriges Radio)
Outgoing Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt and Environment Minister Lena Ek are in New York to take part in the UN Climate Summit which began on Monday.

One-hundred-twenty-five of the world’s leaders have gathered to discuss what can be done to counter climate change, ahead of another conference in Paris next year.

Ahead of the summit Sweden has presented a new project, known as “New Climate Economy”.

The details will be presented during the conference, and will look at how economic growth, social development and the fight against poverty can be combined with reducing humans’ impact on the climate.

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