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Greenhouse gas emissions of the Finnish economy (125.8 Mt CO2e in total) divided by purposes in 2015. Domestic final use can be also seen as carbon footprint of Finland. The footprint was 33% bigger than the territorial emissions (55.2 Mt CO2e) which form the basis of the official national emission inventories. © SYKE

Carbon footprint of Finnish household consumption increasing, carbon footprint of public procurement calculated for the first time

News 2020-02-27 Finnish Environment Institute
The consumption-based greenhouse gas emissions have not decreased between years 2005 and 2015 although the territorial emissions decreased substantially The majority of consumption-based emissions are generated by household consumption. Investments and public procurement also account for significant shares of total emissions.

Published 2020-02-27 at 16:14, updated 2020-02-27 at 16:14