Finland will go carbon neutral by 2035, under a coalition deal published on Monday, setting one of the world’s earliest timelines for reaching that mark. After more than a month of negotiations, five parties agreed on the goal championed by incoming Social Democrat prime minister Antti Rinne. Rinne told reporters it was time to “invest in the future”, presenting the climate strategy as part of a package with increased welfare spending. The new government said it would legislate the target and then review it in 2025.
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