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- Radio Sweden
Fre 27 sep 2013 kl 15:00
The International Panel on Climate Change presented its latest report in Stockholm, warning that it was more certain than ever that humans were the cause of global warming. We speak to Swedish parents... who want politicians to do more, and are willing to take it to the ballot box. Then later in the programme, Stockholm City Council promises to help homeless EU citizens on the streets of the capital during the winter, and how travel agencies are gearing up for the Autumn half-term holiday.
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