Vattenfall lignite mines in Germany: Keep it in the ground

The Co-Chairs of the European Green Party comment on the debate surrounding the proposed selling of the Swedish state-owned energy company Vattenfall 


The Swedish Government takes a difficult decision on asylum

The unprecedented scale and pace of the 2015 refugee crisis has forced the Swedish Government - which our member party "Miljöpartiet de Gröna" is part of - to take difficult decisions. 

We publish here a letter from the Swedish Greens, concerning the Government decision on asylum.


Uppsala divests from fossil fuels!


Voices from our Green friends in Europe: Sweden, on the decision of the municipality of Uppsala, to divest from fossil fuels. Contribution from Maria Gardfjell.


Extraordinary elections in Sweden cancelled

In Sweden, extraordinary elections were due to be called at the end of December for March 22, after the government failed to get its budget through parliament. However, the announcement was cancelled after the governing parties (the Social Democrats and the Greens) reached an agreement with the Alliance parties, making it possible going forward for a candidate for Prime Minister from a minority coalition to be accepted and to form a government, and for such a government to have its budget adopted in parliament. 


Miljöpartiet de gröna Congress, Örebro

Event date 
Friday, June 12, 2015 (All day) to Sunday, June 14, 2015 (All day)


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