Ministry of Climate and Enterprise (Sweden)

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Ministry of Climate and Enterprise
Klimat- och näringsdepartementet
Minister for Climate and the Environment
Websitewww.government.se

The Ministry of Climate and Enterprise

2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, outdoor life and circular economy
.

The ministry is currently headed by the Minister for Energy, Business and Industry, Ebba Busch of the Christian Democrats.[4] Busch is also Deputy Prime Minister of Sweden.

History

The ministry originally held the name of Ministry of Industry from its establishment in 1969. Between 1991 and 2022, the ministry had different names although

Ministry of Enterprise
was included in the name in some way.

The ministry was reshaped on 1 January 2023 when the

Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation, forming the Ministry for Climate and Enterprise.[2]

It's located on Herkulesgatan 17 in Stockholm.

Government agencies and other bodies

Government agencies[5]

The Ministry of Climate and Enterprise is principal for 21 government agencies, one state-owned company and five funds:

Government funds[5]

State-owned companies[5]

Policy areas[6]

  • Energy
  • Enterprise and industry
  • Environment and climate
  • Innovation

Cabinet ministers

Ministers for Business and Industry

Ministers for Energy

Ministers for Climate and the Environment

See also

References

  1. ^ "Näringsdepartementet". Nationalencyklopedin (in Swedish). Retrieved 13 November 2010. (subscription required)
  2. ^ a b "Två nya departement startar upp" (in Swedish). Regeringen och Regeringskansliet. 2023-01-02. Retrieved 2023-07-17.
  3. ^ "Ministry of Climate and Enterprise". Regeringen och Regeringskansliet. 2023-07-07. Retrieved 2023-07-17.
  4. ^ "Ebba Busch". Regeringen och Regeringskansliet. 2023-06-22. Retrieved 2023-07-17.
  5. ^ a b c "Government agencies". Regeringen och Regeringskansliet. 2021-10-11. Retrieved 2023-07-17.
  6. ^ "Policy areas - Ministry of Climate and Enterprise". Regeringen och Regeringskansliet. 2023-07-07. Retrieved 2023-07-17.

External links

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