Of: Karl Fahlvik
In the Green Party's speech, there was, among other things, a focus on what the Green Party is doing to solve the environmental crisis in Sweden. But despite the need for international cooperation, no connections were made to global cooperation.
July 7, 2021, News
The Green Party's Per Bolund was the first of the party leaders to give his speech in Almedalen. Photo: FUF
Of: Deborah Solomon, Elin Haglund and Louise Christianson
The Green Party was the first to present its party leadership in Almedalen. Biodiversity, consumer culture and extreme weather were recurring themes during the speech. Per Bolund's solution to environmental problems is based on man's ability to change - and a change with the help of the environmental party's policy.
July 1, 2019, Analysis
Photo: Aleksandr Ledogorov, Unsplash
Of: Isabella Lövin
The Green Party stands for a large and effective aid where the resources benefit the most vulnerable people. International development cooperation is vital, at the same time as the work for a sustainable world cannot and should not depend on development aid. All parts of society must deliver if we are to succeed, writes the Green Party's spokesperson Isabella Lövin.
August 20, 2018, Debate
Of: Fanny Persson Jaunzems, Amanda Herrström and Sumudu Lankika Ginigath Gala
The climate, environmental threats, Sweden's self-sufficiency, humanity and the children's future were in focus when the Green Party's spokesperson Isabella Lövin gave a speech on Sunday.
July 9, 2018, Almedalen - current, Chronicle