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Transcript of Location

Example: Sweden,
the Green Giant

Sweden is the third-largest country in the European Union.
Sweden's population is about 9.6 million.
Sweden is 450,295 square kilometers or 173,860 sq mi.
The capital of Sweden is Stockholm.
Children of the ages 7 and the year of the child’s 16th birthday is mandatory to attend school; and from the age of 1, kids can attend pre-school.
They enter school and leave school around the same time as we in the United States do; mid August to early June.
The minister of education is
Jan Björklund.
RRR in Sweden
More than 99% of all household waste is recycled in one way or another.
Children learn how to recycle since kindergarten.
Because it has become so good at recycling, Sweden now is importing 800,000 tons of trash each year from other European countries, including Norway, to power its waste-to-energy program, Public Radio International reports. Burned waste powers 20 percent of Sweden's district heating as well as electricity for roughly 250,000 Swedish homes.
Swedish households recycle most of their waste; only 4 percent of it ends up in landfills, according to PRI. Sweden makes it mandatory for households to separate recyclables from trash, and producers help handle waste management.
In contrast, Americans recycled just 34 percent of their waste in 2010, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, and more than half of U.S. household waste in 2010 ended up in landfills, 136 million tons of garbage in total.
Sweden is located in the Scandinavian country in Northern Europe.
And it borders Norway and Finland.
The Swedish grading scale is ;
MVG- Excellent
VG- Very good
G- Good with some errors
IG- Fail
U- Fail
In universities the least you can get to pass is a 3 and the most is a 5.
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