This report investigates the implications of the Paris climate agreement’s long-term temperature goal for greenhouse gas emissions in Finland and in the European Union. It finds the EU’s targets adopted for 2030 and 2050, and therefore also concerning Finland, are not ambitious enough to achieve the Paris Agreement goals. This implies that ambition levels need to be revised upwards in order to reach the goals set in the Paris Agreement.
What does the Paris climate agreement mean for Finland and the European Union?
Marcia Rocha, Fabio Sferra, Michiel Schaeffer, Niklas Roming, Andrzej Ancygier, Paola Parra, Jasmin Cantzler, Alain Coimbra, Bill Hare
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Circular solutions can halt biodiversity loss – The food and agriculture sector can make the largest contribution
Study: Protecting biodiversity is in the interest of business – presents billion-euro opportunities globally and reduces risks
Great Nature Dialogue Day enthusiastically received – 95% of organisers want such dialogues to continue
Finns want to discuss the importance of nature even in times of crisis: the Great Nature Dialogue Day will feature nearly 130 discussions across the country
PSLifestyle: Co-creating a Positive and Sustainable Lifestyle tool with and for European citizens
Study – The circular economy of smartphones and smart TVs requires changes in the entire value chain
Survey: Almost 90 per cent of Finnish people consider nature important to themselves – there is a wide range of relationships with nature, no single right one
Developing tools for good and sustainable life – workshops in Lappeenranta
Lappeenranta, Wednesday – Friday, May 18 – May 20
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