Swedish emissions rise instead of falling

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Preliminary figures released by the Swedish Environment Protection Agency show a rise in Sweden's greenhouse gas emissions of 0.9%.

The biggest cause of the rise is thought to be fossil fueled central heating systems. Emissions need to be reduced by 5 to 8 percent per year to hit the climate goal set by Swedish parliament.

We speak to David Kihlbom from the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation who is horrified by the latest figures.

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