Sweden to see new restrictions after EU unveils climate package

Parliament building Stockholm, Sweden. (iStock)
File photo of the parliament building in Stockholm, Sweden. The political pressure to get the new restrictions up and running will hopefully result in the political process to move forward quickly, says Center Party MEP Emma Wiesner. (iStock)
  • The Swedish carbon market, forests and bio energy will be affected by the new restrictions from the EU’s “Fit for 55” climate package.
  • On Wednesday, the EU presented new suggestions on how to slash greenhouse gas emissions by 55 percent by 2030.
  • The political pressure to get the new restrictions up and running will hopefully result in the political process to move forward quickly, says Center Party MEP Emma Wiesner.
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