The project Nordic nature – trends towards 2010 financed by the Nordic Council of Ministers has published its final report. The project published fact sheets on the state and trends of biodiversity in the Nordic Countries.
The report is available as a printed publication in English and Danish, and downlowded from the web-pages of the Nordic Council of Ministers in English, Danish, Swedish and Finnish. Publications can be ordered from the NCM.
The home page of the project where all the fact sheets can be read and downloaded.
Lake Inari, Aanaarjävri in Samí language
The Nordic Countries are Finland, Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Iceland as well as the 3 self-governing territories the Åland Islands, Greenland and the Faroe Islands. Åland belongs to Finland, and Greenland and the Faroe Islands to Denmark. The total population in the Nordic countries is about 24.7 million.
After the Second World War the co-operation between the Nordic Countries has been tight. The co-operative bodies are the Nordic Council NC and the Nordic Council of Ministers NCM. The NC is the forum for Nordic parliamentary co-operation, and the NCM is the forum for Nordic governmental co-operation. Environmental co-operation is managed in the various working groups under the NCM.
Nordic co-operation on the environment
Other institutions who's activities are funded by the NCM