New Nordic climate cooperation
In a written agreement that was signed in Helsinki on
Friday , January 25th, 2019, five Nordic countries Finland,
Iceland, Denmark, Norway and Sweden have
agreed to collaborate to improve climate ambitions and
speed up efforts for the climate.
In the declaration, the countries undertake to develop a
compilation of different scenarios in which the Nordic
countries can work together to achieve carbon dioxide
neutrality, individually and collectively. Several concrete
areas for cooperation and development include information
for consumers on making climate-smart choices and how
carbon dioxide can be stored in the future. See more at Nordic Council web.