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greenhouse gas emissions of Finnish municipalities by sector in 2005–2018
Climate emissions of municipalities increased by less than one per cent during 2018 2020-06-17
According to a recent calculation by the Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE), municipal climate emissions increased by 0.6 per cent in 2018 compared to the previous year. On average, emissions from transport, agriculture and district heating remained at the level of 2017, but emissions from electricity were higher than before because of the increased emissions of Finnish electricity production. However, there are considerable differences between municipalities in the distribution of emissions t
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Finland has launched world’s first nationwide emissions assessment including all municipalities – and the results are pointing to the right direction 2020-05-28
The Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE) has launched a novel calculation system bringing together all the greenhouse gas emissions from different cities, municipalities and regions around the country in one platform. The website created to display the emission assessment is a unique visualization of each Finnish municipality’s emissions status from 2005 onwards.
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Environmental footprint method to support the assessment of climate impacts of public procurements 2020-04-17
The Product Environmental Footprint (PEF) method developed by European Commission is used to assess the environmental impact of products throughout their life cycles. A new study by the Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE) proposes that this method is suitable also to be used to evaluate the climate impacts of public procurements.
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Housing companies join forces for energy renovations 2020-04-15
The Myllypuro district in Helsinki is home to an experiment to determine whether energy renovations and extension projects can be sped up by closer cooperation between housing companies.
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Published 2019-05-10 at 12:29, updated 2020-03-25 at 13:34
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