Per Bolund

Per Bolund, Minister for Environment and Climate, and Deputy Prime Minister

Minister for Environment and Climate, and Deputy Prime Minister

Ministry of the Environment

“Sweden and the world are facing many challenges, not least the climate crisis and the nature crisis. We must tackle these with resolute action and confidence in the future. By transitioning Swedish society, we not only protect nature and future generations – we also strengthen Sweden’s welfare and competitiveness.”

News from Per Bolund

  • Ahead of UN Climate Change Conference COP26: Government intends to double climate aid by 2025

    The world is in an acute climate crisis. The world’s poorest are the least to blame but are the hardest hit. The richer countries have a special responsibility to contribute to the developing countries’ climate transition. The Government therefore intends to double Swedish climate aid to SEK 15 billion by 2025.

  • Biodiversity needs greater global protection

    This week, countries around the world will meet under the auspices of the UN Convention on Biological Diversity to begin drafting a global framework on how to sustainably protect and make use of biodiversity. Minister for Environment and Climate Per Bolund will take part in the meeting digitally and will emphasise that Sweden wants protection for 30 per cent of the world’s land and oceans.

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