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Radio Sweden Tuesday

Published tisdag 7 november 2006 kl 12.29
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Can We Save The Planet?
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Living beyond our means. Concern for the planet’s future in Greenscan.

Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt talks to us from the Nordic Council in Copenhagen.

And rescue workers who braved the elements to save a ship’s crew from the stormy Baltic seas are criticised for not acting sooner.

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A rescue operation from a sinking Swedish cargo ship in stormy weather in the Baltic last week has been severely criticised by the Merchant Marine Officers Association. Two crew members lost their lives. Judi Milar has more:

Nordic co-operation efforts continue after the annual Nordic Council meeting in Copenhagen – where the new Swedish center-right government ministers made their debut under the Nordic flags. Radio Sweden’s Bill Schiller reports:

What impact is your lifestyle having on the planet? A leading environmental movement warns we’re living beyond our means. And the new Swedish government’s environmental policy receives both praise and criticism. All and that more coming up in GreenScan with Azariah Kiros:

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