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The Göta Älv river that runs down into Gothenburg's harbour will be affected by climate change.
The Göta Älv river that runs down into Gothenburg's harbour will be affected by climate change. Credit: Peter Stenberg/Sveriges Radio
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How climate change will hit Sweden

Published måndag 6 november 2017 kl 15.29

As 190 countries meet in Bonn, Germany, to discuss how to limit global warming following the Paris Agreement, we hear how climate change affects Sweden.

Hanna Tornevall is head of the water department at the county board of Västra Götaland, which includes Sweden's second biggest city of Gothenburg.

She says global warming will mean changes such as more rainy winters and dryer summers.

 

 

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