The Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE) wants to promote the cleantech opportunities of municipalities

 

News, June 9, 2015

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In Finland, the annual value of public procurements by municipalities is approximately EUR 16 billion. The way municipalities promote low-carbon solutions and cleantech business is very important to the market. The Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE) has investigated how the HINKU municipalities aiming at carbon neutrality by 2030 are planning to allocate their investments during 2015–2017.  Read more

Finnish Sustainable Communities FISU - vitality from resource wisdom

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News, June 9, 2015

 

No waste, no emissions, no overconsumption. Four Finnish cities, Jyväskylä, Lappeenranta, Turku and Forssa, have committed to working towards becoming carbon neutral and waste-free and curbing overconsumption by 2050. The cities will form a network to support each other, known as FISU (Finnish Sustainable Communities. Read more

WE ARE SYKE

Jari Liski
Practical solutions through cutting-edge research 2015-06-17
"I am Jari Liski, a research professor at the Finnish Environment Institute. I lead one of the research teams of the Natural Environment Centre. Our research focuses particularly on issues related to climate change, soil ecosystems – such as forests, fields and swamps – as well as bioenergy and climate impacts."
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Publications

White-backed woodpecker and forestry guide

White-backed woodpecker and forestry guide

UPM, WWF Finland, Finnish Environment Institute and  Metsähallitus Parks & Wildlife Finland have prepared a guide which aims to promote the population of white-backed woodpeckers and other broad-leaved forest species in commercial forests without compromising profitability. Read more

Publications

Towards A Sustainable and Genuinely Green Economy. The value and social significance of ecosystem services in Finland (TEEB for Finland)

Publication SY 1 en 2015 cover.jpgThis report presents the results from the research project National Assessment of the Economics of Ecosystem Services in Finland (TEEB Finland). This pioneering project aimed to initiate a systematic national process for the integration of ecosystem services and related biodiversity (i.e. natural capital) into all levels of decision-making. Read more

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