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Etusivu_julkaisuja_en
Content page | Published: 2019-11-21

SYKE Policy Brief: Ecological compenstions are worth taking into use In ecological compensation local damage caused by construction or industry is offset by improving biodiversity elsewh......

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SYKE Policy Brief: Ecological compensation needs to be used to secure biodiversity
Press release | Published: 2019-11-20

In ecological compensation local damage caused by construction or industry is offset by improving biodiversity elsewhere. The principle is that the compensation is paid by the one that causes the dama......

Nature > SYKE Policy Brief: Ecological compensation needs to be used to secure biodiversity
etusivu_iso_kuvanosto_en
Content page | Published: 2019-11-14

The responsible scientist for UBINAM project Hermanni Kaartokallio lifting the experimental device from the sea near the University of Helsinki Tvärminne Research Station in January 2019. The dev......

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Only some biodegradable plastics actually decompose rapidly in the Baltic Sea
Press release | Published: 2019-11-14

The Finnish Environment Institute has studied how biodegradable and bio-based materials actually decompose in the Baltic Sea marine environment. A set of tests in the sea revealed that some materials ......

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Sea > Only some biodegradable plastics actually decompose rapidly in the Baltic Sea
European Business and Nature Summit kicks off in Madrid
Press release | Published: 2019-11-07

The European Business and Nature Summit is taking place on 7–8 November in Madrid. The meeting will bring businesses together to present their views for the preparation of new international biodiversi......

Nature > European Business and Nature Summit kicks off in Madrid
Research project explores the use of gypsum in fields as a measure for protecting the Baltic Sea
Press release | Published: 2019-11-07

This year, the Ministry of the Environment is launching a research and development project to promote the gypsum treatment of fields in the countries around the Baltic Sea. The aim is to reduce nutrie......

Sea > Research project explores the use of gypsum in fields as a measure for protecting the Baltic Sea
Changes in red-list status
Content page | Published: 2019-11-04

Comparing the results of different assessments is not an unambiguous process as the scope of the assessments is different and the knowledge of the species has improved. Moreover, the guidelines and c...

Nature > Species > Threatened species > The 2019 Red List of Finnish species > Changes in red-list status
Endangered species according to habitats and forest vegetation zones
Content page | Published: 2019-11-05

Threatened species by habitat The 2019 Red List of Finnish species indicates that the majority of endangered species live primarily in forests (31.2%), as well as in rural biotopes and cultural hab...

Nature > Species > Threatened species > The 2019 Red List of Finnish species > Endangered species according to habitats and forest vegetation zones
Regionally threatened species
Content page | Published: 2019-11-05

The regional threat assessment examines the regional status of the species that have nationally been classified as Near Threatened (NT) and Least Concern (LC). The latest regional threat assessment wa...

Nature > Species > Threatened species > The 2019 Red List of Finnish species > Regionally threatened species
Summary of the Assessment of Endangered Species 2019
Content page | Published: 2019-10-25

IUCN classification and breakdown of Finnish species into IUCN categories Breakdown of species evaluated in 2019 into IUCN categories     Definitions of th...

Nature > Species > Threatened species > The 2019 Red List of Finnish species > Summary of the Assessment of Endangered Species 2019
Kotka National Urban Park receives honourable mention in European landscape project competition
Press release | Published: 2019-10-23

The Kotka National Urban Park was given an honourable mention in the Council of Europe's Landscape Award competition. The urban park is a magnificent combination of parks, waterways and the finest arc......

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Reporting: Dinoflagellate algae glowing in the dark
Content page | Published: 2019-10-21

Map: Dinoflagellate algae glowing in the dark   /* Add this script only once after your last CitObs Open311 Widget, if you embed many in the same page! */ Please wait until the form ha......

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International Landscape Day to be celebrated with a photo contest and scenic walks
Press release | Published: 2019-10-15

International Landscape Day will be celebrated on Sunday 20 October 2019. This year, the aim is to use Landscape Day to draw particular attention to the value of water in the landscape....

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Waters > International Landscape Day to be celebrated with a photo contest and scenic walks
Muita meriaiheisia sivustoja_en
Content page | Published: 2019-10-04

Seaguide.fi (Meriopas.fi) is a map service for those who are interested in the Finnish sea areas and coast. The service offers data on wind conditions, seawater level and temperature. You ca......

Sea > Muita meriaiheisia sivustoja_en
SYKE Policy Brief: Quantitative goals need to be set for reducing use of raw materials
Press release | Published: 2019-09-30

A circular economy makes it possible to significantly reduce the consumption of raw materials. The advancement of a circular economy requires ambitious quantitative goals for the reduction of the use ......

Consumption and production > SYKE Policy Brief: Quantitative goals need to be set for reducing use of raw materials
Innovations, latest scientific knowledge and state of the circular economy on the agenda in Helsinki, 30 September–1 October
Press release | Published: 2019-09-24

The conference European Days for Sustainable Circular Economy will be held between 30 September and 1 October 2019 in Helsinki, Finland with a view to presenting the state of the circular economy and ......

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Climate and air > Innovations, latest scientific knowledge and state of the circular economy on the agenda in Helsinki, 30 September–1 October
Consumption and production > Innovations, latest scientific knowledge and state of the circular economy on the agenda in Helsinki, 30 September–1 October
Finland aims to improve water quality in the Baltic Sea by applying gypsum to fields
Press release | Published: 2019-09-16

The Finnish Ministry of the Environment is enhancing the protection of the Baltic Sea by launching a research project on the gypsum treatment of fields. The object of the project is to promote the use......

Sea > Finland aims to improve water quality in the Baltic Sea by applying gypsum to fields
Landscape and Water as Landscape Day themes
Press release | Published: 2019-09-13

Living in the land of a thousand lakes, water plays an important role in the everyday lives of Finns. How is water represented in our everyday landscapes? Is it quietly flowing along in tiny streams a......

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Nature > Landscapes > International Landscape Day > Landscape and Water as Landscape Day themes
Independent Group of Scientists: The state of global sustainable development is serious, solutions exist
Press release | Published: 2019-09-11

The Independent Group of Scientists appointed by the UN has assessed the state of global sustainable development as worrying. Although positive developments can be found in the world, certain issues m......

Consumption and production > Independent Group of Scientists: The state of global sustainable development is serious, solutions exist
Recent monitoring results: Areas suffering from oxygen depletion in the Gulf of Finland have increased from last summer
Press release | Published: 2019-09-06

In the Gulf of Finland, the areas suffering from oxygen depletion have expanded from last summer. The anoxic areas in the Baltic Proper are approximately similar in size than in the autumn of 2018, wh......

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Maps and statistics > Recent monitoring results: Areas suffering from oxygen depletion in the Gulf of Finland have increased from last summer
Sea > Monitoring the state of the Baltic Sea > Recent monitoring results: Areas suffering from oxygen depletion in the Gulf of Finland have increased from last summer
Sea > Recent monitoring results: Areas suffering from oxygen depletion in the Gulf of Finland have increased from last summer

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