One of Sweden’s biggest NGOs working against climate change sees strengths and weaknesses with the document agreed on at the UN climate meeting in Katowice.
The UN climate meeting in Katowice ended on Sunday evening, with the participating countries signing a 150-page document with rules for how the climate targets in the Paris Agreement should be reached.
Radio Sweden spoke to Caroline Westblom, climate policy advisor at the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation, about the agreement, and about the mood at the climate meeting.
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