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Preliminary estimates: Municipalities’ climate emissions decreased by 2.7% in 2022 2023-11-23
According to the Finnish Environment Institute (Syke), municipalities’ total greenhouse gas emissions in 2022 fell by 2.7 per cent from the previous year.
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Tien päällystämistä
A contract-specific environmental plan is a significant way to promote climate sustainability in paving works 2023-09-01
In order to reduce significant climate and environmental impacts in Helsinki, the paving works annually tendered by Helsinki City Construction Service (Stara) were reviewed. The development work strived to account for the life cycle, circular economy and climate perspective better than before by making use of procurement criteria.
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Liha ja maito, Helsinki
Municipalities’ greenhouse gas emission scenario tool has been updated – agricultural actions included 2023-09-01
The Finnish Environment Institute (Syke) has published a new version of the greenhouse gas emission scenario tool (ALasSken). All materials in the tool have been updated to the year 2020 and the basic scenario’s defaults have been checked.
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Municipalities’ greenhouse gas emission scenario tool can now be used to assess the economic and health impacts of climate actions 2023-09-01
The climate action impact assessment tool for municipalities developed by the Finnish Environment Institute (Syke) can now be used to evaluate not only the emission impacts of planned climate actions, but also the actions’ economic and health impacts. Municipalities and regions can now utilise the tool in the assessment of climate actions.
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Published 2019-05-10 at 12:29, updated 2020-03-25 at 13:34
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