Here’s how Finland plans to achieve ‘climate neutrality’ by 2035

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The International Energy Agency (IEA) reports that Finland is in a strong position to achieve its climate neutrality target. This commitment places Finland ahead of other European countries and ranks it 4th worldwide in terms of climate action leadership. Surpassing countries like Bhutan and Suriname, who are already carbon-neutral, as well as Uruguay, which aims to reach net-zero emissions by 2030.

In this insightful video, we explore Finland’s remarkable progress towards becoming climate neutral. We examine the strategies and initiatives that have propelled the country towards its goal, shedding light on the practical steps that other nations can learn from. If you’re curious about how soon your country may reach climate neutrality, this video provides valuable insights and perspective.

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The IEA says Finland is well-placed to reach its target. The pledge places it ahead of other European countries and in 4th place worldwide. Behind Bhutan and Suriname, which are carbon-neutral already and Uruguay, which aims to reach net-zero by 2030. How soon will your country be climate neutral? #finland #climateneutral #carbonneutral #emissions #carbon #climateaction

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