Module 1 (10:00 AM -12:00 PM)
The climate crisis caused by the emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases is one of the greatest challenges of our time. More than half of Sweden’s land is covered by forests, providing unique habitats for animals and plants. It is a crucial source of renewable resources and holds value for outdoor activities and recreation.
A specific example, with time for questions and discussion on the topic of carbon dioxide.
Module 2 (2:00 PM – 4:00 PM)
The first section covers statistics and facts about the climate crisis caused by carbon dioxide emissions. The second section addresses the EU’s green colonialism, advancing the exploitation of land and natural resources elsewhere for sustainability goals.
Module 3 (10:30 AM – 12:30 PM)
Within the fossil industry, they were „wise enough“ not to define CO2 as waste but annually released 40 billion tons into our shared atmosphere for global distribution. Nuclear energy serves as a low-carbon alternative to fossil fuels. Several European countries have long-term plans for constructing new nuclear power plants; Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Poland, and Hungary all have ongoing investments in the nuclear power sector. Investments are also being made in France, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Italy, and Germany.
Workshop leader: Sven Vindelstam
Meeting place: To be announced
Language: English, Swedish, German