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The Working Group for carbon neutrality working group of the University of Turku has evaluated the carbon footprint of the university for the fourth time. The carbon footprint for 2021 was only 5 610 tCO2.
Carbon Footprint of the University of Turku Halved – Coronavirus Situation Reduced Commute Carbon Footprint
The University of Turku has estimated its carbon footprint already for the third time. The carbon footprint of 2020 was 10,500 tCO2 which was about half of the total of the previous year. The reduced emissions were due to the decrease in work commuting as well as the University Properties of Finland Ltd compensating the carbon footprint of their properties.