Inbjudan: klimatarbete i Barents

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Kommuner i Norge, Finland och Sverige jobbar för att minska sina utsläpp. Kom och lyssna på hur de gör i ett webinar 29. november (på engelska). Lapplands kommunalförbund berättar om sitt arbete inom projektet CommitClimate.

Webinar will take place on 29 November at 9–11 (UTC +1 Sweden and Norway) / 10–12 (UTC +2 Finland) via Teams.

Please register via link below by 27th of November. We will send the link to the meeting prior one day before the event via E-mail. Please note that when you register via the link, in the “Event information” section, the time for the event is given in Finnish time. 



Part 1: Climate management – good practices and lessons learnt
In the first part, our project participants will share their examples and thoughts of climate work practices in the Barents region and what would be needed for more impactful climate management:

CommitClimate project and the CommitClimate Simulator for carbon footprint calculation and future scenario modeling - Energy expert and project leader Silva Herrmann, Lapplands kommunalförbund

Examples, current developments and challenges in climate work in Norway -  Climate and environment advisors Charlotte Lassen and Linn Svendheim, Nordland fylkeskommune, & Katharina Louise Williamsen, project manager on climate strategies in procurement, Troms og Finnmark fylkeskommune Transport Agency

Part 2: Discussion about cooperation needs in the Barents climate work
In the second session, climate specialist Tuukka Rautio from North Ostrobothnia Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment will tell about climate change adaptation and risk management. We then invite you to join the discussion about needs and possibilities for cooperation in the Barents climate work.

The event is part of the Barents climate support -project, financed by the Ministry of the Environment and the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland and hosted by Motiva Oy – a state owned sustainable development company. The aim of the project is to find scalable tools for promoting climate management work in the municipalities of Barents region, and to support cooperation and sharing of good practices across the region.

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