Sweden's climate leap and urban envrionment agreement


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Sweden's government has introduced a programme, called the Climate Leap, for supporting investment in regional and local initiatives to reduce GHG emissions (including methane). During the last year, this programme has been reinforced financially to a total of SEK 4 billion for the period 2015–2020. Co-benefits, such as air pollution are taken into consideration. A large number of initiatives supported so far are focused on supporting electrification of transportation, as well as supporting the production of biogas, which both lead to reductions of SLCPs. 


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