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The Finnish Environment Institute
SYKE is a multidisciplinary research and expert institute. Our most important task is to solve society's burning questions that have an impact on the environment. We are building a sustainable society. We provide necessary information, multidisciplinary expertise and expert services for public and private decision-making.

 

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Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke)
Researchers and experts at Luke produce new solutions for the sustainable development of the Finnish bioeconomy and for the promotion of new means of livelihood. As a multidisciplinary research centre Luke brings together experts in the fields of natural resources and food production.

 

 

University of Helsinki
Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry
The Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry has expertise in the use of renewable resources in Finland and internationally. The faculty focuses on the agricultural and forest sciences, food and nutrition, microbiology, as well as on economics and management.

 

The Faculty of Science
The foundation for the Faculty of Science is fundamental research in the field, applied and augmented by geography and geology. The research is at an internationally high level. The Kumpula campus of the faculty is the biggest concentration of scientific skill and knowledge in the Nordic Countries.

 

 

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Pyhäjärvi Institute
The mission of the Pyhäjärvi Institute is to promote and develop education, research, and other development activities concerning the food economy and the environment. Areas of special expertise are the food economy and the condition of waterways, as well as the protection and improvement of water.

 

 

Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment of Häme
Finland has a total of 15 ELY Centres, which are tasked with promoting regional competitiveness, well-being and sustainable development and curbing climate change.

 

 

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Finnish Cultural Foundation
The Finnish Cultural Foundation is a private foundation founded in 1939 for the purpose of supporting Finnish culture and science. Its most important mission is the distribution of grants to artists and scientists.

 

 

 

Published 2019-05-14 at 16:26, updated 2019-05-14 at 16:25