Sweden to go carbon neutral by 2045

Sweden to go carbon neutral by 2045

Seven out of eight parliamentary parties back proposal for rapid greenhouse gas emissions cuts, boosted by Paris agreement By Megan Darby Sweden is aiming to neutralise its greenhouse gas emissions by 2045. The Scandinavian country will cut territorial emissions at least 85% from 1990 levels and offset the rest by investing in overseas carbon-sucking projects. That was the proposal unveiled on Tuesday by a parliamentary committee responsible for environmental policy, backed by seven out of…

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