Radio Sweden Thursday
Reaching for the stars in Malmö....another giant skyscraper is planned for Sweden’s third biggest city.
The best ways to manage the world’s water are discussed at an international conference in Stockholm.
And in Nordic Lights, we look at issues such as efforts to find new energy sources in the Barents region and continued concern in Nordic countries over Lebanon and Sri Lanka.
Closing Music: Gyllene Tider ”Jag borde förstås vetat bättre”
The South Coast City of Malmö, home to Sweden’s famous Turning Torso, is planning on building another skyscraper.
Stockholm is playing host to this year’s World Water Week. The theme of this annual encounter varies from year to year and this year the focus is on addressing livelihood improvement and finding new ways to share water resources in an effort to alleviate shortage of water in some areas.
In this edition of “Nordic Lights” Bill Schiller reports on continued concern over Lebanon and Sri Lanka, Norwegian efforts to find new sources of energy in the icy Barents region, and Baltic Sea music in Stockholm and on the waves.