Don’t Sell Sweden’s Vattenfall, Keep Coal in the Ground

Inter Press Service: The Swedish government is in the process of pondering an important decision - whether to sell the vast lignite reserves of the state-owned Vattenfall energy giant or ensure that they stay in the ground. The decision will define Sweden's commitment to tackling climate change. Just a few days ago, on Apr. 27, Vattenfall stockholders gathered for their Annual General Meeting where the issue of selling the company was high on the agenda, according to Swedish radio station Ekot."States have a responsibility......

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