Turin’s has reduced CO2 emissions by 44.52%, from 6.27 million tons in 1991 to 3.48 million tons in 2017.
The City of Turin’s ambitious targets for CO2 emission reduction are aligned with the EU strategy and their achievement is closely linked with the implementation of actions involving citizens.
Turin has developed the most extensive district heating network in Italy and one of the largest in Europe.
Over the past two decades the City of Turin has been expanding transportation options in a bid to reduce emissions and pollutants related to the transportation sector. The goal has been to decrease the use of public automobiles by facilitating cycling and walking and by making the public transportation system more competitive, comfortable and sustainable.