Sweden: EU presidency without climate ambition

It will be a frosty welcome for the EU Commission: To mark the start of the Swedish Council Presidency, the government of Prime Minister Ulf Kristersson will receive the entire Commission in the town of Kiruna in the far north on Jan. 12 and 13. This is where Europe’s largest iron ore deposits are located. And here, thanks to stricter EU climate legislation, a gigantic industrial transformation is taking place driven by climate policy.

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