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The heating challenge cities must solve to fight global warming

Helsinki is looking at all possible impediments to it becoming carbon neutral by 2035 and taking appropriate action. Image: Pixabay

Jan Vapaavuori

Mayor of Helsinki, Finland


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Helsinki's emission calculation observes the emissions generated inside the city limits.
The key goals within Helsinki’s Carbon Neutral 2035 plan.

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