Hiiden opisto Hinkuteko
The Hiiden Opisto institute is the emission reducer of the month 2019-11-18
The Hiiden Opisto institute was granted the Hinku act award this October. The institute chose Hinku activities as one of the themes for the 2019–2020 academic year. The institute promotes awareness of a climate-friendly lifestyle through means of teaching and information as part of the Hinku actions of the City of Lohja. The Hinku theme is strongly visible in the visual look, courses, lectures, events, and exhibitions of the institute, which operates in Lohja, Vihti, and Siuntio.
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Folding bicycle makes commuting easier 2019-11-18
The Canemure subproject of the Tampere City Region pilots sustainable travel chains. The first pilot to be launched was the trial of folding and electric bikes in Orivesi in September.
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Kalasataman rakentaminen
Helsinki to decrease climate emissions through acquisitions 2019-11-18
The City of Helsinki was the first city in Finland and a global pioneer to examine the carbon footprint of its acquisitions. Construction and the related energy costs cover the largest part of the environmental load of acquisitions. Helsinki is also developing environmental criteria and tools to help make the city’s acquisitions more sustainable.
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Vantaan Kartanonkoski
Building a sustainable city 2019-11-18
The Finnish Meteorological Institute and the Finnish Environment Institute aim to develop instructions for sustainable regional and urban planning, taking into consideration the mitigation of climate change and adaptation to the change. Spreading good practices to be used as part of the everyday work in urban planning is essential.
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Published 2019-05-10 at 12:29, updated 2019-10-30 at 12:41