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How may global changes affect the future of Finland's agricultural and food economy?

SYKE and Luke news, 17.2.2021 
The future development of Finland's agricultural and food economy depends significantly on changes happening in other countries and how Finland reacts to those changes. In the next few decades, societies will change in a way that is difficult to predict. Researchers at the Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke) and the Finnish Environment Institute SYKE have constructed four alternative scenarios of how the Finnish agri-food sector could change under different global circumstances.

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