Principles of climate policy as infographics

The first part of the infographics describes the principles of climate policy. These infographics have been produced by the Finnish Ministry of the Environment, the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry and the Ministry of Employment and the Economy. They can be freely used by the public and the media.

Note: When using the infographics, please cite the Finnish Ministry of the Environment, the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, the Ministry of Employment and the Econom, and Climateguide.fi as references.

The complete set of the infographics can be downloaded as a PDF-file, and the individual images are also available in JPG and PNG formats. The images have been divided according to their themes under the headings in the table of contents.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Reasons for climate policy

Figure 1. Why do we need climate policy?

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Finland's goals in climate policy

Figure 2. Finland’s goal is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions 80–95% compared to 1990 levels by 2050.

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Finland and the international climate policy

Figure 3. Finland has an active role in climate policy.

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Figure 4. All countries to be included in the new climate change agreement.

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Figure 5. Finland supports the climate measures of developing countries.

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Figure 6. Path to the Paris Climate Change Conference in 2015.

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The goals for the climate policy of the European Union

Figure 7. The EU has committed to reducing its greenhouse gas emissions.

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Figure 8. EU’s climate and energy targets for 2020 and 2030.

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Figure 9. What is included in the EU’s emissions trading system?

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Figure 10. The number of emission allowances decreases annually in the EU’s emissions trading system.

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Climate policy and other policy targets

Figure 11. Emission reduction targets and measures are integrated with several other policy targets.

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Economic growth and greenhouse gas emissions

Figure 12. Finland has decoupled greenhouse gas emissions from economic growth.

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16.6.2015

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