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4.5 million euros in EU research funding for SYKE
News | Published: 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, whi......

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Pathways for the Green Future - Supporting Finnish Municipalities in Urban Greening Plans (GreeningCities)
Project | Published: 2022-06-30

Background In 2019 the European Commission formulated the “European Green Deal”, a roadmap of key policies, legislative proposals, and strategies to implement sustainable energy transition. The ...

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European consumption causes biodiversity loss in the Global South – trade regulation is needed
News | Published: 2022-06-10

European consumption causes biodiversity loss far away from the place of consumption and predominantly in countries of the Global South. BIO-TRADE research project sets out to contribute to protecting......

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EU projects
Content page | Published: 2019-12-10

Ongoing projects Horizon 2020 Research DG: 7. Framework programme LIFE IP LIFE + Interreg Programme 2014-2020 (Baltic Sea Region, Seed money, Central Baltic, Botnia-...

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Guidance to implement the “Do No Significant Harm” (DNSH) principle required by the EU funding facility for measures under the Finnish recovery and resilience plan
News | Published: 2022-04-27

The funding of projects under the Finnish recovery and resilience plan is only possible if the projects comply with the “Do No Significant Harm” principle. The project shall not for example weaken the......

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Stronger management of hazardous chemicals is needed in industry
Press release | Published: 2021-12-17

There is a clear need to increase the knowledge of the industrial sources of hazardous chemicals and to apply measures to reduce their use and emissions to the environment. Project HAZBREF proposes a ......

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Mainstreaming ecological restoration of streams, rivers and peatlands promotes green development in Europe
News | Published: 2021-11-17

This year's exceptional weather conditions, such as the floods in Germany, have drawn attention to the inefficiency of dams and flood walls in the flood management. Instead of these, Professor Daniel ......

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Revealing the role of GEOSS as the default digital portal for building climate change adaptation & mitigation applications (EIFFEL)
Project | Published: 2021-09-06

EIFFEL will offer the EO-based community the ground-breaking capacity of exploiting existing Group on Earth Observations (GEOSS) and external datasets, with minimal new data collection activities. Ad...

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New framework provides insights into cross-border climate change impacts
News | Published: 2021-06-24

Climate change impacts such as droughts, floods and storms may have consequences that extend to locations and jurisdictions far distant from their initial impact. Such cross-border impacts can cause s......

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Ecosystem accounting, microplastics and cyanobacterial observation to be studied in new EU funded projects
News | Published: 2021-04-15

Finnish Environment Institute SYKE is starting more than ten new EU projects this year. The projects tackle a wide range of questions, including ecosystem accounting, microplastics in agricultural lan......

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Antifouling paint choices may impact the spread of invasive species
Press release | Published: 2021-02-11

Testing five antifouling paints for recreational craft showed that the paint choices may significantly impact the spread of invasive species. Antifouling paints were tested as part of the EU-funded CO......

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Tatu Sailaranta: The EU’s policy of adapting to climate change should be better aligned with its trade policy
2020-09-24

In May the European Commission announced a plan for a new strategy for adapting to climate change. The plan highlights the importance of taking adjusting to climate change into consideration in foreig......

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The Baltic Sea region’s waste management for unused medicines must be improved
Press release | Published: 2020-09-03

CWPharma, a project funded by the EU’s Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme, has evaluated national-level practices for take-back and disposal of unused medicines and other pharmaceutical waste, for b......

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Give your opinion on improving the status of waterways!
News | Published: 2020-06-08

You can influence EU policy by telling us what you think needs to be done to improve the status of the Baltic sea, coastal waters and of rivers and lakes. ...

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Finland showcased among the circular economy front runners in a new EEA report
News | Published: 2020-04-07

The EEA report ‘Resource efficiency and the circular economy in Europe 2019 – even more from less’ was published on 1st of April 2020. Finland has plenty of excellent examples of policies, strategies ......

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Novel Methods database
Content page | Published: 2019-10-29

Novel marine monitoring methods can improve environmental monitoring by supplementing or replacing currently applied methods. BONUS FUMARI has published a database that helps to find information on n...

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North Macedonian environmental management and its journey towards becoming part of the European Union
News | Published: 2019-10-22

Towards the end of the autumn, during Finland’s EU presidency, it will be decided whether to begin European Union accession negotiations with North Macedonia and Albania. These countries have implemen......

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Workshop: Future Outlooks on Oceans and Human Health for the Baltic Sea
Event | Event starts: 2019-10-09

Oceans and Human Health Workshop is organised jointly by the project BONUS ROSEMARIE and the HORIZON 2020 project SOPHIE....

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CAScading Climate risks: towards ADaptive and resilient European Societies (CASCADES)
Project | Published: 2019-09-13

      Climate change amplifies existing risks and vulnerabilities in a globalised world. New risks are also emerging from complex cross-sectoral and multi-dimensi...

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Director General Lea Kauppi selected as one of the top experts for the Horizon Europe
News | Published: 2019-07-31

Director General, Professor Lea Kauppi from Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE) has been nominated as a member of the Mission Board for Healthy Oceans, Seas, Coastal and Inland Waters for the Horizon......

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