Maps and statistics

This section contains maps and statistics mainly from Finland's environmental administration and its data systems.

Valkoposkihanhien laskenta, Riku Lumiaro YHAn kuvapankki
Barnacle geese (Branta leucopsis) counting. © Riku Lumiaro

In addition to the environment.fi website, environmental statistics are available also in other websites in which the Finland's environmental administaration is involved, like Järwiwiki and Climate Guide. To Biodiversity.fi website is gathered lots of indicators of nature and biodiversity.

Finland's environmental administration produces data also for the official statistics of the Statistics Finland and to the Findicator.fi -website. Environmental data from different European countries can be found from the European Environment Agency's (EEA) website.

Press releases

Koulujen etäisyys metsästä

Forests promote health and well-being among school pupils

2018-08-30
Forests promote health and well-being among school pupils. The Finnish Environment Institute has made an analysis based on spatial data on the location of primary and secondary schools with relation to forest in the Helsinki region and in the urban areas of Tampere and Turku. Two out of five primary schools are located at a distance of more than 300 metres from the forest.
Press releases of the Finnish Environment Institute
Press releases of the Ministry of the Environment
Published 2016-06-02 at 15:19, updated 2016-06-02 at 15:18