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Consumption-based emissions for all Finnish municipalities and regions calculated for the first time 2023-01-31
For the first time, the Finnish Environment Institute (Syke) has published consumption-based greenhouse gas emissions data for all Finnish municipalities and regions. The emissions per capita vary considerably between different municipalities and regions. As a result of the consumption of imported goods, a significant portion of emissions is also directed abroad.
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Lappeenrannan keskustaa
Effective municipal climate action requires co-operation between climate experts and communicators 2023-01-09
New research reveals a gap between climate action and communication in municipalities. With limited resources, climate communication is mostly done by those doing climate work, not communication experts. Internal exchange of information on climate issues is often low, further complicating climate communication. A quick way to improve the effectiveness of municipalities’ climate communications is to strengthen cooperation between climate experts and communicators.
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Kuntien päästöt 2005-2021 ennakko EN
Preliminary estimates: Municipalities’ climate emissions decreased by 3.1% in 2021 2022-11-22
According to calculations by the Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE), municipalities’ total climate emissions decreased by 3.1 per cent in 2021 from the previous year.
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Regions play an important role in steering climate work – the most effective measures have been compiled into model road maps 2022-08-31
Regional climate work supports and brings together local actors in the implementation of practical climate action. The Finnish Environment Institute together with the Natural Resources Institute Finland, the University of Tampere and the Finnish Meteorological Institute, examined the most effective climate emission reduction measures in the newly published climate road maps of seven regions in Finland. The aspects related to adaptation were also considered. The most effective measures were group
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Published 2019-05-10 at 12:29, updated 2020-03-25 at 13:34
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