The government's climate policies are No concrete plan.

the Climate council, whose role it is to scrutinise the government's policies on climate change, produces more rice than the rose, in the report of the day wil

The government's climate policies are No concrete plan.

the Climate council, whose role it is to scrutinise the government's policies on climate change, produces more rice than the rose, in the report of the day will be handed over to the environment, and the klimatminister Isabella Lövin (MP).

"Even if the interpretation of the government's climate change action plan, in the best and most generous way, we are not fast enough in the right direction," says Johan Kuylenstierna, executive vice president of Policy for the council.

132 points
At the end of december last year, the government announced the country's first climate change action plan, in line with the policy framework, which has been in place in 2017. Which are described in the 132 points to how the country's emissions of greenhouse gases to net zero by the year 2045.

" It's not the fault of what you want to do. However, there are no konkretiseringar, the dates, the details of who is responsible and how resources will be allocated. So, really, there is no plan of action, and so fulfill the fact, is not the intent of the klimatlagen, " says Johan Kuylenstierna.

In the report, the Policy council has formulated twelve recommendations. Both are on how, for example, government agencies should work together to tackle climate change must have broad support and to permeate all of the work. Secondly, the council has developed a tool that will make it possible to evaluate and assess the measures that are implemented.

"You can have any number of fine steps, but if you are not able to evaluate them or describe how they should be implemented, it is very hard to tell if they will work or not," says Johan Kuylenstierna.
out of time
On the way to climate that the release of greenhouse gas emissions must be net zero by 2045, there are a number of milestones. One of them is the fact that the emissions from the car sector will have been reduced by 70% compared to 1990 levels by the year 2030.

" We believe that this is a very serious matter to the klimathandlingsplanen does not reach closer to the goal because, in addition to this, it is just a one-and-a-half klimathandlingsplan left behind by 2030. Why is it not correct to say that it could create ambitions in the future plans, " says Johan Kuylenstierna.

for the Conservatives: ”point of Concern”
the Conservatives acting climate change spokesperson, Louise Meijer, responds to the report from the Climate council.

" It is a matter of concern that the government does not listen to the reports that have come in the recent past, which indicates that the implementation of climate change policies do not reduce emissions to any significant extent. The government failed to follow its own climate change act, is extremely worrying, " she says in an interview with the Express newspaper.

but the party has been on Thursday, according to the new report, called for a special debate on climate change policy, and the klimathandlingsplanen.

"We are asking for now is that the government will have to come back with an update on the klimathandlingsplan, which includes the financial statements regarding the impact of planned and future instruments," says Louise Meijer.

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Updated Date: 12 March 2020, 13:00

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