Stockholm applied for 3.2 billion euros, but the European Commission hasn’t endorsed its plan yet. Despite the fact that about half of the sum is for the green transition, the Swedish proposal is still being discussed in Brussels’ tables. Nature protection, climate investments, and a subsidy scheme for improving buildings’ energy efficiency are some of the actions part of the Swedish recovery plan. Being the EU member with the lowest greenhouse gas emissions per capita in 2019, the country aims at achieving zero emissions by 2045. Are you curious about how Sweden is planning to decarbonize? Read more in our stories below.
How much did Sweden emit in 2019?
Greenhouse gas emissions per capita in the EU
Less greenhouse gas emissions per capita than the EU average