Future of the Environment

This Swedish city has cut emissions at rates only seen after economic crashes, recessions or war. And it's thriving

People cycle on the central street in Vaxjo, Sweden August 15, 2018. Picture taken August 15, 2018. To match Insight CLIMATECHANGE-ECONOMY/ REUTERS/Alister Doyle - RC142A1E5100

Going green without going in the red. Image: REUTERS/Alister Doyle

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