Finland accused of climate double standards after deforestation talks

Finland has been accused of undermining its climate leadership by urging the European Commission to permit an extra 10 million tonnes of CO2 emissions through deforestation

by Neil Roberts
Nature: Luopioinen, Pälkäne, Finland, 2017 (Image: Tero Laaks / Flickr)
Nature: Luopioinen, Pälkäne, Finland, 2017 (Image: Tero Laaks / Flickr)

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