Finland joins several transport declarations in Glasgow – commitments spur countries towards decarbonised road transport, shipping and aviation

10.11.2021 15.15
Finland participates in six transport initiatives adopted at the Glasgow Climate Change Conference. Countries make commitments to reduce emissions on the road, at sea and in the air. Most of these declarations were published on the Transport Day on 10 November 2021.

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Special Advisers to Minister Kari: Antti Heikkinen, Milja Henttonen, Jarno Lappalainen, Erkki Perälä and Riikka Yliluoma

19.11.2021 12.57
Milja Henttonen, Jarno Lappalainen and Erkki Perälä have been appointed as Special Advisers to the new Minister of the Environment and Climate Change Emma Kari. Antti Heikkinen and Riikka Yliluoma will continue as Special Advisers to the Minister.

New ministerial appointments in Prime Minister Marin’s Government

19.11.2021 11.59
Minister of the Environment and Climate Change Emma Kari and Minister of the Interior Krista Mikkonen
On Friday 19 November, the President of the Republic transferred and appointed Minister of the Environment and Climate Change Krista Mikkonen as Minister of the Interior and appointed Member of Parliament Emma Kari as the new Minister of the Environment and Climate Change. The President of the Republic also released Maria Ohisalo from her duties as Minister of the Interior and her membership in the Government.

Minister Mikkonen: The clock is ticking, so we must swiftly pick up the pace of climate action
Glasgow climate change conference introduces new tools for limiting global temperature increase to 1.5 degrees

13.11.2021 22.22
Completed late on Saturday, the Glasgow Climate Change Conference has successfully reinforced commitment to the objectives of the Paris Agreement.