Notably, the Finnish city is one of the finalists of the EGCA competition.
The award goes to a European city (with over 100,000 people) for its commitment to environmental, social and economic sustainability.
Lahti is already an environmental-friendly city. For example, it’s spending approximately EUR 180 million on a bioenergy plant.
Moreover, the finalist is implementing personal carbon trading for citizens’ mobility.
Also, If Lahti wins it will be the first Finnish city to achieve this.