On the 26th November a dead wolf was found north of Sysslebäck in Värmland.
- 1 av 2Tiptapp2 av 2Stockholm.
A smart phone app that has helped over 100,000 Stockholmers get rid of heavy household junk and recyclables by matching them up with individuals willing to retrieve them for payment, is breaking waste disposal laws according to the city council.
- Heart disease.
The record temperatures this summer led to an estimated 700 more deaths, suggests new figures from the Public Health Agency.
During the first nine months of the year the total amount of red meat and poultry consumed per person has shrunk by over a kilo. And when people do eat meat, they're choosing animals raised in Sweden more often.
- Snow melting.
One of the Scandinavian glaciers has broken up because of the unusually warm summer, reports P4 Jämtland.
- 1 av 2'No planet B'.
Thousands of children across Australia walked out of class on Friday to demand action on climate change.
- Children's Climate Prize.
Children are not just protesting at the lack of action from politicians to fight climate change. As Radio Sweden finds out, they are also coming up with their own solutions for protecting the environment.
- 1 av 2COP24.
The goals were set in Paris three years ago. Now representatives from all over the world with gather to decide the rules for how they will be carried out.
- Christmas Gift of the Year.
Recycled clothing was announced this week to be the Christmas Gift of the Year, but from an environmental standpoint, is all recycled clothing created equal?
This week recycled clothing was named as a trendy holiday present for Swedes, and Radio Sweden went to a charity that remakes clothes, to find out how it works.
- No fishing allowed.
More than 100 cases of illegal trawler fishing in protected areas off Sweden's west coast are suspected to have occurred in the first half of this year, reports Swedish Radio.
- Sunday Vote.
Many people in Sweden are unhappy with the far-right Brazilian president-elect Jair Bolsonaro, who has expressed support for military dictatorship and homophobia.
Fewer than expected animals have been slaughtered early due to the unusually dry weather, reports a business association for Swedish slaughterhouses.
- Pollution and emissions.
For the first time scientists have delivered a way to make sure that Sweden doesn't simply export its pollution to other countries, in a report seen exclusively by Radio Sweden.
- Even in winter.
Örebro is known to be one of the top cycling cities in Sweden, and the municipality is working on increasing the cycling rate even more.