Karolina Skog, Swedish Minister of Environment
Karolina Skog was appointed Minister for the Environment in the Swedish Government on 25 May 2016. She is a member of the Green Party and has served as City Commissioner in Malmö Municipality from 2010 until being appointed cabinet minister.
Ms Skog is the chair of the Swedish bike organization “Svenska cykelstäder” and has a Master in human ecology from Lund University.
On Friday the 9th of March, the Swedish Minister of Environment, Karolina Skog, will enter the main stage to talk about urban climate change adaption in the Baltic Sea region. She will be joined by the director at The Environmental and Health Administration in the City of Stockholm, Gunnar Söderholm; the president of Euroregion Baltic, Akko Karlsson and Pär Holmgren from Länsförsäkringar.
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