The chances of colliding with an elk, wild boar or other wild animal on the road escalates in the autumn months, due in part to the amount of hunters and mushroom pickers disturbing wildlife in the forests.
- Hunting season.
- Wanted 50 percent.
EU ministers agreed on Tuesday to seek a 35 percent cut in new car emissions by 2030, but Sweden's environment minister voiced disappointment with the compromise deal.
- Food federation.
Shoppers should pay more for their food over the next year if Sweden's food manufacturers are going to ride out the devastating effects of a long, dry summer, says the organisation representing the industry.
- Forest fires.
Three hundred large forest fires scorching 21,000 hectares of land but this summer's intense heatwave triggered fewer fires than expected, said a report by the Swedish Forest Agency (Skogsstyrelsen) on Tuesday.
Warm winds from Africa will mean temperatures over 20 degrees Celsius in some of Sweden this week.
- In memory of Alfred Nobel.
"Integrating climate change" and "technological innovations into long-run macroeconomic analysis..." What does THAT mean? To explain what this year's Prize in Economic Sciences in Memory of Alfred Nobel is all about, prize committee member and economics professor Peter Fredriksson from Uppsala University, joins us.
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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.
- US duo Willam Nordhaus and Paul Romer.
The Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences has been awarded for work on climate change and the endogenous growth theory.
- Hunting exams.
Bow hunting was banned in Sweden in the 1930s. Now though, there's a proposal to follow neighbouring Denmark and bring it back.
- July 1, 2018.
A new bonus for electric cars and plug-in hybrids, combined with higher annual vehicle tax for most petrol and diesel cars, has led to a jerky few months in Swedish car sales.
- 3D modelling.
Sweden's geological survey is developing new ways of scanning the landscape to find undiscovered ground water resources.
- 1 av 2Ole von Uexkull2 av 2"Alternative Nobels."
This year's Right Livelihood Awards highlight agricultural achievements, including the work of Yacouba Sawadogo, a farmer from Burkina Faso, who, one might say, has managed to turn the desert mirage into a reality.
- Up to 9 percent higher.
Swedish meat producers are struggling after the summer's drought. And the farmer's association is now pleading with consumers to buy Swedish meat - despite expexcted price increases.
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Elections are coming up, and Greta Thunberg is too young to vote, but she's trying to influence policy in another way.
- 30 percent smaller.
An unusually dry, hot summer means Sweden will see smaller yields of crops like wheat, barley and oats, according to the Swedish Board of Agriculture.