Sweden’s Greens: ”We need to do so much more for the climate”

Alice Bah Kunke, the top candidate for the Green Party to the European Parliament.
(Magnus Mjöhagen/Sveriges Radio)
  • Ahead of the elections to the European Parliament on June 9, Radio Sweden is interviewing the top names from the biggest parties.
  • The Green party’s Alice Bah Kunke is up for re-election. She wants to focus on climate, the environment and democracy in the next five years in the European Parliament.
  • ”We are in a climate crisis, it’s going in the totally wrong direction. We need to do so much more,” she tells Radio Sweden.
Radio Sweden
For more on the Swedish Green’s climate vision, listen to Radio Sweden’s full report.

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Sweden: Another year of shrinking glaciers predicted in Sweden’s Far North, CBC News

United States: Bursting ice dam in Alaska highlights risks of glacial flooding around the globe, The Associated Press

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