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Finns are increasingly worried about state of nature – biodiversity loss is now recognised as threat (ym.fi)

Barometer of connection to nature 2022.

Press release June 28th, 2022 Ministry of Environment
Finns are clearly much more worried about the state of nature on the global scale than about the state of Finnish nature. A barometer on the connection to nature was conducted to find out about our relationship with nature and with preserving biodiversity, and how the responsibilities should be divided between the different stakeholders.

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4.5 million euros in EU research funding for SYKE

2022-06-30
The Finnish Environment Institute has received 4.5 million euros from the EU's research and innovation program Horizon Europe. SYKE is coordinating two biodiversity projects, BIONEXT and BIOAGORA, which will be launched this year. Research funding was also allocated from the Horizon Europe programme to six projects in which SYKE is a partner and to two European partnerships.
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