Sweden should promote biofuels to cut aviation carbon emission: report

Sweden’s environment minister Isabella Lövin. (Johan Jeppsson/TT/AFP/Getty Images)
Sweden’s Minister for the Environment and Climate, Isabella Lövin, received a report about biofuels in the aviation industry on Monday.

The former Green Party spokesperson Maria Wetterstrand led the team that authored the report.

She spoke with Radio Sweden to explain her findings.

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For the Radio Sweden report, listen here.

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