Finnish photographer Meeri Koutaniemi goes to the source
Wherever she roams, award-winning photographer Meeri Koutaniemi draws strength from Finnish nature – and never stops looking for that perfect tree to climb. Our article includes a small selection of her impressive photography.
Live gigs with fewer climate worries: Finland’s music industry has a plan
When you’re out with friends at a concert or festival, you’d probably rather not worry about the event’s greenhouse gas emissions. What if it was carefully planned to minimise emissions, or even certified as carbon-neutral?
We love Finnish rye bread: A baking story that stretches across borders and generations
A Finnish American reporter talks food and family history as he remembers his grandmother, and uncovers a long-lost rye bread starter dough in the process. The article includes a Finnish sourdough rye bread recipe, so do try this at home.
Finland is looking for international talent to join its workforce, especially for positions in the health and ICT sectors. Professors of practice Jamie Hyneman and Jorma Turunen talk about their experiences working in Finland. We also speak to startup entrepreneurs Iranthi Gomes and Anna Fatima Sambou about launching a business in the country.
In northern Finland, three unconventional Sámi artists talk about culture and craft
A documentary directed by Auri Ahola traces the career trajectories of three unusual Sámi artists as they discuss their connections to Sámi culture and the landscape of the far north. The film is embedded in our article for you to watch.
Greater connectivity is on the horizon. Have a look at how 6G will, over the next decade, affect everything from digitalisation to carbon goals, and see how Finnish companies and academics are contributing.
Hold on to summer: Sunny Flow Fest memories in Helsinki last through the autumn and beyond
Flow Festival is an extravaganza, the highlight of the summer for multitudes of music fans in Finland. With interviews and a photo show, we attempt to bottle its essence so we can make the summer last longer, even as autumn is increasingly in the air.