The carbon footprint model is a decision-making tool that allows organizations to measure their emissions and plan the activities of companies and institutions in such a way that environmental damage is minimized. The seminar is dedicated to the latest research perspectives on carbon footprint measurement.
Prof. Jukka Taneli Heinonen „Urbanization, lifestyles and climate change“
Prof. Kimmo Sakari Lylykangas „Greenhouse gas quantification guiding architecture and spatial planning“
Jukka Taneli Heinonen is Professor at the Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Iceland and Adjunct Professor at the Department of Built Environment of Aalto University. As of spring 2022, prof. Heinonen is a visiting professor of the Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture of Tallinn University of Technology. He has been involved in the development of the EU mission Climate-Neutral and Smart Cities.
Kimmo Sakari Lylykangas is Professor at the Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture of Tallinn University of Technology and, the head of the Academy of Architecture and Urbanism. Prof. Lylykangas works in the field of sustainable architecture, being active in creating new environmental footprint models.
The seminar will be moderated by Ms. Helen Sooväli-Sepping, Vice-Rector for Green Transition at TalTech.
The seminar will be held in English. Link to the Teams seminar will be sent on May 6th.
Please register for the seminar HERE