The Finnish Recovery and Resilience Plan aims at making the country future-proof as well as one of the world leaders in hydrogen production. Finland is receiving €2.1 billion from the EU through the Recovery and Resilience Facility, with about half of this budget for climate goals. 2035 is the deadline set for achieving carbon neutrality, while 5 years later the country envisions absorbing more carbon dioxide than it produces. However, as of today, Finland is in the top ten per greenhouse gas emissions per capita in the EU. To achieve the aforementioned goals, energy, mobility, and industry sectors must be tackled – and the plan is taking actions to address these – Are you curious about how Finland is planning to decarbonize? Read more in our stories below.
How much did Finland emit in 2019?
Greenhouse gas emissions per capita in the EU
Less greenhouse gas emissions per capita than the EU average