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Accessibility Statement

This accessibility statement belongs to the website of the Center for Climate Change, Energy and Environmental Law (CCEEL) and it has been drawn up on 14 November 2021. 

CCEEL has carried out the accessibility assessment on its own with feedback from the UEF IT Department.

The CCEEL website was published on 30 April 2021 and the website was last updated in November 2021. The layout design of our new website and the contents we have created for it have followed the accessibility requirements as per the Act on the Provision of Digital Services and the EU’s Web Accessibility Directive. 

Accessibility status of the digital service

As of right now, the CCEEL website is partially compliant with the accessibility requirements.

Non-compliant content

Alternative texts explaining the photos on the blog post feed on the front page to facilitate accessibility for screen readers are currently missing. Some of the files linked to our website (e.g., doc, pdf) may not comply with the accessibility requirements. These will be fixed and made accessible as the files and website are updated. 

Not covered by legislation

  • Website content (if available) on the old server which has been archived before 1 April 2021. In general, these are website content and blog posts that have been published between 2016 to April 2020 on the old CCEEL page at the UEF website.
  • Video and audio recordings which have been published before 30 April 2021.
  • Live video streams and audio broadcasts are not recorded for storing or republishing.

CCEEL’s website is currently under construction. Throughout the process, we are committed to improving the accessibility status of our digital services. Among our recent improvements are, adding alternative texts and captions to icons and better outlining the contacts page. 

For users to whom our digital services remain inaccessible, we offer special support. Please contact us at with your requests.

If you notice any accessibility issues on this website, we ask that you first send feedback to us

Responding to the feedback can take up to 14 days. If you are not satisfied with our response or if you receive no response at all within two weeks, you can lodge a complaint with the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland. The website of the Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland explains, in detail, how you can lodge a complaint and how the matter will be processed.

Supervisory authority contact details:

Regional State Administrative Agency for Southern Finland,

Accessibility Control Unit

Telephone number, switchboard +358 295 016 000