Finnish atmospheric scientists investigate complex climate connections of particles in Arctic
Four researchers from the University of Helsinki on board the German research vessel Polarstern are analysing the Arctic atmosphere and the processes that take place there, with the aim of creating increasingly accurate climate change models.
Despite progress during Finland’s Arctic Council term, the world still faces a “time of great urgency”
We take a look at the legacy of Finland’s time as chair of the Arctic Council, whose importance is more profound than ever as the Arctic region’s global significance grows and becomes more widely known.
Finnish Arctic weather expertise takes trip to Pacific tropics
We talk with a Samoan and a Finn about a four-year cooperative effort between the Finnish Meteorological Institute and 14 Pacific island nations to improve critical weather forecasting and warning capabilities.
Finnish arts education inspires action all over the Arctic
Inspiring children to be aware of climate change and its perils is a key aim of Green Actions, a Finnish project that involves schools and universities across the countries that make up the Arctic region.