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Today (day 2 of JWC) started with Lidia Suokko presenting the Green Highway project and the vision to create a fossil-free transport corridor (by 2030) from coast to coast between Trondheim in Norway and Sundsvall in Sweden.
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We got the here her inspiring story. Josefina wishes we would stop valuing nature as a resource to be exploited. After her talk, Josefina took part in the panel discussion together with the politicians Jonas Sjöstedt (Party leader Left party Sweden), Jonas Eriksson (MP Green party Sweden), Helena Lindahl (MP Centre party Sweden) and Johan Johansson (MP Moderate party Sweden). Los Angeles Lakers Jimmy Graham Seattle Seahawks Jersey First question from Anna Hövenmark was “Will the Norrbottnia railway be built, and if so when?” The panel more or less agreed that it will be built, but the opinion on when it should be built varied. Jonas Eriksson would build it next year whereas Johan Johansson didn’t see it as a priority. New Balance 574 męskie nike tn 2017 femme Road traffic is not bearing its’ costs today. Hogan Uomo Prezzi Sjöstedt says reducing long distance heavy traffic through taxation and investment in railways is important. Air Jordan 11 Kids Chaussures Nike Pas Cher We have to dare to do it otherwise we will fail, he says. However, as Lindahl said, in rural areas we will always be dependent on cars and hence the discussion has to be about fuel as well. Nike Air Max 90 Homme Los Angeles Clippers Eriksson added that the big problem is car driving in the cities not the few cars in the rural areas. nike air max 1 ultra moire mujer goedkoop nike air max 2016 Nike Air Max 2017 Heren blauw Nevertheless, we in the rural parts also want to reduce our carbon footprint and be less dependence on fossil fuel. nike roshe flyknit hombre The discussion then went on to mines and Arctic exploitation.