Video of the week

Urban structure affects transport-based emissions. Interviewee: Mika Ristimäki, SYKE. The video is in Finnish.

Climate-Proof City The Planner's Workbook

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Signs of climate change

Signs of climate change

Examine eight signs showing the changes in the global climate.

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Greenhouse gases at Pallas

Greenhouse gases at Pallas

See how the carbon dioxide and methane concentrations have changed.

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News

Chance for citizens to participate in the preparation of the new Energy and Climate Strategy

The basic scenario for the new Energy and Climate Strategy until 2030 has been completed. The Ministry of Employment and the Economy and the other ministries are preparing the strategy which will be completed towards the end of the year. There is also a chance for the citizens to take part in the preparation of the strategy.

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Energy weather forecast: Power from the sun and wind

The energy weather forecast converts sunshine and wind into kilowatt hours for each location over the next 24 hours. The free and easy-to-use renewable energy weather forecast is available to consumers and producers of electricity alike online. It enables the planning of production and consumption

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Interactive visualization shows the increase in greenhouse gas concentrations

The concentrations of carbon dioxide and methane in the atmosphere are continuously growing. Now the observations at the Pallas measurement station can also be studied with the interactive visualization on Climateguide.fi.

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Energy efficiency agreements for 2017–2025 to be launched

Four new energy efficiency agreements will begin next year in Finland for the period 2017–2025. Agreements are an important part of Finland's energy and climate strategy. Finland is one of the few European countries where these voluntary agreements produce good results and work as a measure to mitigate climate change.

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The climate challenge requires significant new innovations for Finnish wood use

A recent study shows that the emission reductions gained through replacing non-renewable raw materials with wood were not enough to compensate for the lost carbon sequestration capacity and emissions from felling and production processes. In order for wood use to produce significant reductions, new way of thinking and innovations are required.

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