Minister Åsa Romson says to Swedish Radio News that the Lima agreement sets the stage for proper negotiations.
But according to the general secretary of the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation, Svante Axelsson, what came out of the meeting is "not a result that will fix the climate."
The Lima meeting did not agree on a core purpose for the Paris summit in 2015, setting instead a timetable for countries to report what they are doing to cut climate-damaging emissions.
The United Nations says the Paris meeting will not manage to get countries to commit to cuts that will keep global warming to two degrees Celsius, reports Reuters.
The UN scientific panel IPCC estimates that warming of over one degree disproportionally increases the risk of "abrupt and irreversible changes due to massive melting of ice sheets."