Finland's greenhouse gas emissions were below 60 million tonnes of carbon dioxide
14 Dec 2015
In 2014, Finland's greenhouse gas emissions amounted to 59.1 million tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2 eq.), which was 12 million tonnes less than in the comparison year 1990. The trend of emissions has been declining for the past ten years. Compared with the previous year, total emissions decreased by seven per cent and emissions from the non-emissions trading sector by four per cent. Emissions from the non-emissions trading sector were below the annual emission allocations set by the EU by 1.1 million tonnes. The data are based on the preliminary report to be submitted by Statistics Finland to the European Commission on 15 January 2016 concerning emissions in 2014.
15 Apr 2016
||Annual reporting of emissions of the greenhouse gases specified in the Kyoto Protocol to the Secretariat of the UNFCCC comprises emission calculations in a common form (CRF tables) and a related background report (National Inventory Report). Statistics Finland is the national entity responsible for the greenhouse gas inventory in Finland.
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Official Statistics of Finland (OSF):
Greenhouse gases [e-publication].
ISSN=1797-6065. Helsinki: Statistics Finland [referred: 9.2.2016].
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