Swedens Environmental Protection Agency wants to study the DNA of wolves in Russia. They hope the information will help them plan how to diversify the genetic diversity of Swedens wolf packs.
A new report commissioned by the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency says Sweden needs at least 300 wolves to maintain a healthy population. But it also adds that new blood is needed for the pack.
The tax increase is too small to provide any incentive for a switch from fossil fuels, critics say.
After Swedens worst forest fire in modern times, a group of leading biologists and ecologists say something positive could come out of the disaster
A drill hole sunk more than 1.5 miles into the ground near the Åre ski resort -- the deepest hole ever drilled in Sweden -- can give information about the formation of the Himalayas, scientists say.
Swedish Prime Minister Fredrick Reinfeldt said he is working to convince other EU nations to take a harder line against Russia for its actions in Ukraine.
The plan includes a mix of investment in roads, railways, tunnels and other transportation projects.
Military exercises along Swedish territorial borders were meant to simulate an attack on two of the country's most important military bases, but no planes or pilots were available to respond to the exercise, conducted by the Russian Air Force.
A wolf -- nicknamed "Susi" -- of Finnish and Russian breeding could be good for Sweden's inbred wolf population. But she's also a symbol of a long conflict over how wolves fit into Swedish society.
The Swedish National Sami Association says many of the 51 Sami reindeer herding communities are suffering at the hands of predators, whose numbers have doubled since the mid-1990's.
Thirty Swedish Sami reindeer were transplanted to the Scottish Cairngorm mountains to boost the gene pool of a Scottish herd that has its roots in northern Sweden.
In the town of Umeå in northern Sweden, light therapy lamps installed at bus stops are supposed to give an energy boost to commuters, but bus drivers say they are a traffic hazard.
Under current agreement, residents will have to wait decades before the mining company must relocate homes affected operations. But Swedish authorities are demanding immediate evacuation.
Lights in the sky have been appearing in Sweden's Far North, but this time, it's not the aurora borealis ... it's more than 3,000 hothouse tomatoes.
There will be no licenses issued for hunting wolves this winter, the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency told Swedish Radio, in response to objections from the European Commission.