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Strengthening of Environmental Administration and Management at the Local Level III (SEAM III-Nepal) Completion phase

The overall objective of the SEAM Project in Nepal was to assist the local authorities industries of the area in improving their capacity for environmental planning and management. As a consequence th...

Gulf of Bothnia as Resource for Sustainable Growth (SmartSea)

The purpose of the SmartSea project is to support the growth of commercial marine activities in the Gulf of Bothnia region. The Gulf of Bothnia is an essential resource in terms of fish farming and wi...

Finnish Regional Emission Scenario model FRES

The most important national level tool is the Finnish Regional Emission Scenario model (FRES), which has been developed in cooperation with the Finnish Meteorological Institute FMI and The National In...

Intermediaries in the energy transition: The invisible work of creating markets for sustainable energy solutions (TRIPOD)

TRIPOD will empirically analyze innovation intermediaries and specify the concepts and analytical tools relevant for intermediation in the context of the ongoing energy transition, i.e., the shift to ...

Requalifying matter: nutrient recycling, pollution control and the shifting economies of fertilisation (QUMARE)

The QUMARE project analyses the promotion of nutrient recycling by focusing on the policy interventions that are to transform manure into a resource and its nutrients into a commodity

Keeping the Arctic White: Regulatory Options for Reducing Short-Lived Climate Forcers in the Arctic (WHITE)

Short-lived climate forcers (SLCFs) include black carbon, methane, tropospheric ozone and some hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs). These pollutants have a significant short-term warming influence on the climat...

GAINS and EMEP modelling in the Russian Federation: further developments at the regional level (GAINS Russia)

This project initiative is based on the established cooperation within integrated assessment modelling between Nordic parties – IVL (Sweden), SYKE (Finland), MET Norway (Norway) and JSC SRI Atmosphere...

Environmental impact assessment of airborne particulate matter: the effects of abatement and management strategies (BATMAN)

The overarching aim of this study is to provide new quantitative and reliable information on the optimal procedures for the reduction of PM air pollution and the associated environmental burden of dis...

Understanding the link between Air pollution and Distribution of related Health Impacts and Welfare in the Nordic countries (NordicWelfAir)

The overall aim of the research is to further understand the link between air pollution levels and chemical composition and to investigate and assess the effects of air pollution on the distribution o...

ECOHOME Education, training, tools and services to enhance sustainable household consumption


New and innovative low-carbon business generates competitive advantage for companies and municipalities (VÄLKE)

The huge potential of energy saving, energy efficiency and renewable energy sources is already recognized. The benefits are various. About 70 % of energy consumed in Finland is imported causing a defi...

Framework for developing companies’ environmental life-cycle impacts

Objectives of the project are to develop life-cycle assessment (LCA) clinics to a fully processed concept and framework enabling the identification and evaluation of environmental impacts in a value c...

LCA of waste-based biofuels and wood waste (JälkiPuu)

The aim of the project is to find out, which waste fractions are used as raw materials of biofuel production in Finland. The LCA will be done for the selected waste fractions, where the biofuel produ...

Renewal of manufacturing towards a sustainable circular bioeconomy and implications for innovation policy (RECIBI)

The RECIBI project studies how to achieve circular bioeconomy transitions by analyses of selected frontrunner cases in bio-based industries and innovation policy in Finland and in Sweden.

Bioeconomy and green engineering as foundations for future circular green economy (PEER GE)

The objective of this project is to produce increased understanding about the concepts and foundations for future (circular) and green economy that secures the maintenance of the full range of ecosyst...

Farming culture in transition to sustainable agriculture - a practice approach

The research project examines changes in cultivation practices at Finnish farms after Finland’s inclusion in the EU in 1995. Using practice theory, the project aims at identifying reasons behind the a...

Processes and Decision Support System for Innovative Public Cleantech Procurement

This research project aims at promoting the implementation of innovative cleantech investments and strengthening the market and demand for cleantech solutions in Finland. The focus is on examining the...

Management of water balance and quality in mining areas (WaterSmart)

WaterSmart project aims to improve the awareness of actual quantities of water, and water balances in mine areas to give possibility to forecast water masses in future. The goal is to promote the anti...

Sustainable Acceptable Mining (SAM)

SAM produces new tools for assessing sustainability in mining industry, especially for the management and communication in relation to environmental and social issues.

Start-up and co-creation communities as ecosystems for eco-innovations (SCINNO)


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