Sweden’s environment and climate minister responds to UN climate report

A file photo of a street scene in Kiruna in Arctic Sweden. (Eilís Quinn/Eye on the Arctic)
  • The IPCC has now finalized its latest report on climate change.
  • According to the scientific report we are headed towards a global warming of at least 1.5 degrees Celsius by 2040.
  • Environment and climate minister, Per Bolund, of the Green Party, says it’s time to stop using fossil fuels.
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