Fredrik Lundberg

Briefing

Economic Instruments in Swedish Climate Policy – a success story

In 1991 Sweden introduced a substantial CO2 tax. Though it had many exemptions and was subject to many changes over the years, it did cut emissions. During that time, Sweden also phased out two nuclear reactors.
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Briefing

The Swedish Kyoto target and reductions in greenhouse gas emissions 1990 to 2012

The EU burden sharing agreement in 1997–98 allowed Sweden a plus four per cent GHG target for 1990–2010. This was motivated by Sweden’s supposed plans to phase out nuclear power by 2010, plans that were already abandoned.
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APC 16

To phase out coal

The structure of the coal industry, its environmental effects, and the possibilities of phasing out the use of coal.
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APC8

Better together

Discussion paper on common Nordic-Baltic energy infrastructure and policy issues from an environmentalist's point of view.
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