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Johannes Morfeldt, a climate analyst at the Environmental Protection Agency. Credit: Frank Radosevich/Radio Sweden
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Delegates and experts attend the opening ceremony of the IPCC. Credit: Jung Yeon-je/AFP

Report: Sweden should cut emissions twice as fast to meet climate goal

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Sweden - and the world - have a daunting task ahead of them if they are to cap rising temperatures at 1.5 degrees Celsius in the coming years.

According to the latest report from the International Panel on Climate Change, urgent action is needed to get global temperatures under control and it warned of dire consequences if we fail to do so.

Radio Sweden spoke to Johannes Morfeldt, a climate analyst at the Swedish Environmental Protection agency. He says there are several ways Sweden can help in the fight but that time is of the essence.

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