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Green party calls for new climate change bill

Published tisdag 3 april 2012 kl 15.47
"It's worth it to cut emissions"
(6:49 min)
Green Party wants to treat climate like the government treats the budget. Photo: Henrik Montgomery/Scanpix.

The Green Party is calling for Sweden to implement a new climate change act. They want all the political parties to get together and create a climate framework. The ultimate goal is to diminish Sweden's carbon emissions to zero by 2050.

“It’s very necessary as politicians that we see the climate issue as a crisis – definitely compared to the financial crisis, this is a crisis we need to deal with for much longer,” says Åsa Romson, the spokesperson for the Green Party.

Radio Sweden interviewed Romson from the studio at the Riksdag in Stockholm.

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