How Sweden shows decoupling GDP growth from CO2 emissions is possible
In Sweden, pricing carbon through CO2 taxation has been the main policy instrument to drive fossil fuel consumption down. Image: REUTERS/Tony Gentile.
Isabella LövinCo-Chair of the Friends of Ocean Action and Writer, Ministry of the Environment of Sweden
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