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Helsinki investigated the climate load of workplace canteen meals – the carbon footprint of food was revealed with a new calculator 2022-08-04 13:43
The City of Helsinki's Canemure subproject sought to find out the carbon footprint of the restaurant (Ravintola Merta) in a new office building in Helsinki. The goal was to be able to monitor and reduce the carbon footprint.
The City of Lahti brings energy efficiency to renovation – check out the new videos 2022-08-04 13:17
The City of Lahti is looking for low-carbon solutions for planning renovation projects for residential blocks of flats and terraced houses. In the houses of Lahden Talot, concrete climate measures are also implemented as part of the renovation of buildings.
Hyvinkää's Hangonsilta residential area was designed on the basis of sustainable mobility 2022-08-04 12:56
The design of Hyvinkää's Hangonsilta residential area was based on supporting and promoting sustainable mobility. The planning of the area took particular account of walking and cycling opportunities, as well as the accessibility of green areas.
Carbon footprint data supports climate-smart procurement 2022-08-04 11:42
As part of Helsinki achieving carbon neutrality in the Canemure project, a study on the application of the carbon footprint in public procurement was carried out. The purpose is to help suppliers to understand the role of carbon footprint calculation and the opportunities and challenges it brings for setting the climate criteria for procurement.
The restaurant service of Helsinki's new urban environment house was put out to tender with climate targets at the fore 2022-08-04 11:27
Procurement of food services has been identified by the City of Helsinki as a place of influence that enables the city to promote a sustainable food system and reduce the climate impacts caused by food production. As part of the Canemure project, Helsinki tendered for a restaurant service for the new urban environment house, taking into account the climate aspects.
1.5 degree life in cities: the case of Lahti, Oulu and Tampere 2022-08-04 11:08
Together with Lahti, Oulu and Tampere, as well as 12 city residents, Demos Helsinki looked into how the 1.5 degree climate target can also be achieved with urban lifestyles. Through the D-mat Climate Puzzle, the participating city residents planned changes to their daily lives that would reduce their carbon footprint to close to 2.5 tonnes of carbon dioxide, which is considered a sustainable level, by 2030.
Porvoo in the vanguard of the energy transition – Keskuskoulu heated effectively with waste heat 2022-08-04 10:45
The City of Porvoo implemented an innovative energy saving project at Porvoo Keskuskoulu as part of the Canemure subproject.The building's heating utilises waste heat, which is generated elsewhere in the district heating network.
Inclusion as a cornerstone of sustainable urban planning 2022-08-04 10:16
Inclusion means bringing different people together to create new perspectives. Inclusion is an important part of the joint project of the Finnish Meteorological Institute and the Finnish Environment Institute, which aims to develop guidelines for climate-sustainable regional and urban planning.
In Lahti, even small renovations reduce emissions and improve energy efficiency 2022-08-04 10:01
In the last year, renovations have been carried out in Lahti to improve energy efficiency and reduce emissions. This is a project of the City of Lahti and Lahden Talot Oy, where seven residential properties are renovated.
Energy saving, emission reductions and new lessons with heat control service 2022-08-03 18:42
As part of the Canemure project, the City of Porvoo and Porvoon Energia have implemented a heat control service in 16 public buildings. The heat control service controls the district heating of buildings in real time, keeps indoor conditions constant, saves energy and reduces carbon dioxide emissions.
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