When you hear the words “Finland” and “nature,” you may think of the country’s large expanses of forest and numerous lakes. On a different scale, allotment gardens offer many Finnish city-dwellers a way to spend time surrounded by nature.
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.
of Finnish forests are protected
Source: Discovering Finland
of the total energy use in Finland is renewable energy
Source: Statistics Finland
Number of Unesco World Heritage sites in Finland