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Annual Climate Change Report 2020
 

Annual Climate Change Report 2020: Emission reduction targets for the following years likely to be reached, carbon-neutral Finland by 2035 requires further action

The Government submitted its second Annual Climate Change Report to Parliament on Wednesday 17 June. According to the report, the measures included in the Climate Change Policy Plan to 2030 are likely to be sufficient to reach the present reduction targets for greenhouse gas emissions set for both 2020 and 2030. However, further action and strengthening the measures that are already implemented will be needed to reach a carbon-neutral Finland by 2035. Read more

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Annual Climate Change Report 2020: Emission reduction targets for the following years likely to be reached, carbon-neutral Finland by 2035 requires further action

2020-06-17
The Government submitted its second Annual Climate Change Report to Parliament on Wednesday 17 June. According to the report, the measures included in the Climate Change Policy Plan to 2030 are likely to be sufficient to reach the present reduction targets for greenhouse gas emissions set for both 2020 and 2030. However, further action and strengthening the measures that are already implemented will be needed to reach a carbon-neutral Finland by 2035.

Sustainable recovery boosts the necessary transformations in society

2020-06-16
Working group proposes measures towards a carbon-neutral circular economy.

Strong support from Climate Policy Roundtable for recovery measures that mitigate climate emissions

2020-05-28
The Climate Policy Roundtable held its first meeting on Thursday 28 May. The focus of the meeting that for the most part took place through virtual channels was on recovery after the coronavirus crisis. The members of the roundtable expressed their strong support for climate-sustainable recovery measures.
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Preparedness for coronavirus in the administrative branch of the Ministry of the Environment

Preparedness for coronavirus in the administrative branch of the Ministry of the Environment
The Ministry of the Environment and agencies and institutes in its administrative branch are following the coronavirus situation and its impacts on construction, housing production, waste and wastewater management, etc. very closely. The Ministry of the Environment and agencies and institutes under it are prepared to react fast should further measures be required due to the spread of the coronavirus.

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