This publication describes Tampere’s progress towards eco-efficiency. The results can already be seen: the city’s net greenhouse gas emissions have decreased, the proportion of renewable energy is increasing, and the popularity of public transport and cycling has increased. Tampere is growing in an increasingly environmentally conscious way.
ECO2 – Eco-efficient Tampere 2020
Pauli Välimäki, Elli Kotakorpi, Krista Willman, Kirsi Viertola, Mikko Närhi (ed.)
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