Swedish climate villains

SSAB, Cementa and Fortum Värme are among Sweden’s biggest emitters of greenhouse gases. By 2030 these companies could reduce their carbon footprints to zero. However, if they are to succeed in transferring to more climate-friendly production, politicians must do their bit, companies tell Svenska Dagbladet.
“If we get a global trade system in place that can help us, there is a possibility for us to become climate neutral between 2030 and 2050, but on our own we can not do it,” says Stefan Savonen, head of energy and climate at state-owned mining company LKAB.