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Filter bubbles, migration and climate change
Tor 29 dec 2016 kl 16:30
In the last programme of 2016 we look back at some of the big themes that have affected Sweden this year.

We ask an analyst whether Swedes are dividing up into "filter bubbles" due to their love of social media.

We hear about the continued impact of last year's record migration, for those who have moved here and for the local authorities who struggle to find housing.

And as the government boasts of the "greenest budget ever" yet the junior Green party itself was hit by a series of resignations and falling polls, we ask a climate policy analyst whether Sweden's government is delivering anything special in the fight against global warming.

Producer: Loukas Christodoulou

Programmet tillhör kategorin: News in other languages
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