Leftist protest on cutting biofuel subsidies

In 2006, the Swedish government was planning on cutting the subsidies for biofuels and other renewable energy policies that had caused promising climate development on local scale. The leftist party filed official protests.

Ongoing conflict? no
Conflict type Bioenergy governance conflicts
Resources logging residues, fire wood, solid wood
Issues 1 ecological, 2 social, 3 economical, 4 cultural
Keywords policy debate, subsidies, parliament
References http://umea.vansterpartiet.se/2006/12/07/vansterpartiet-uppmanar-till-protest-mot-regeringens-miljopolitik/
Start date 2006
End date 2007
Reason(s) for conflict Plans of cancelling successful Klimpen program that had been running in Sweden since 2003.
Intensity public debate
What are the stakeholders' conflicting values or interests left party is opposing the governmental proposal on cutting subsidies for biofuel production
Barriers for dialogue totally different views, of minority and majority parties
Forums for dialogue the constructive dialog between the parties
Suggestions for conflict resolution / transformation common discussion and clear evidence of upcoming solution and how it will affect society and economy