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The Finnish Shepherd Weeks concept is pursuing the award for the best European landscape project
Press release | Published: 2017-02-14

The Shepherd Weeks concept established by Metsähallitus Parks & Wildlife Finland unit was selected as the best landscape project in Finland in 2016 and will now be in the running for the Landscape Awa......

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Sub-projects
Published: 2016-06-06

The participating organisations, namely the Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE), Finnish Museum of Natural History (LUOMUS) and Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI), concentrate the development on...

Envibase > Sub-projects
Barnacle goose population declined in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area
Press release | Published: 2016-08-05

The total number of barnacle geese grazing on the park lawns of Helsinki and eastern Espoo declined by four per cent compared to 2015. The number of goslings almost halved, declining by 46 per cent, c......

Nature > Barnacle goose population declined in the Helsinki Metropolitan Area
The growth of the Finnish cormorant population experiences only a slight increase
Press release | Published: 2016-08-01

In the summer of 2016, 25,500 cormorant nests were tallied in Finland. Despite the favourable conditions in the cormorants’ overwintering areas, the population grew by only six percent, i.e. 1,500 nes......

Nature > The growth of the Finnish cormorant population experiences only a slight increase
Envibase
Content page | Published: 2015-10-06

The Envibase project is a significant national investment in boosting the technical infrastructure behind the collection, management, sharing and utilisation of environmental data in Finland. Envibas...

Envibase
The web service of the Finnish Red List
Content page | Published: 2015-11-04

The basis of the data is the species data evaluated for the Red List published in 2010. The data is stored and continuously updated in the Species application of the Environmental data system Hertta....

Nature > Species > Threatened species > The 2010 Red List of Finnish species > The web service of the Finnish Red List
Global warming causes significant changes on the Baltic Sea region
Press release | Published: 2015-05-22

The climate change has already altered the characteristics of the Baltic Sea region, reveals a recent international study. In the continuation the global warming will increasingly affect e.g. ice cove......

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Climate and air > Global warming causes significant changes on the Baltic Sea region
Maps and statistics > Global warming causes significant changes on the Baltic Sea region
Sea > Global warming causes significant changes on the Baltic Sea region
Recognition of ecosystem services promotes their sustainable use and protection
Press release | Published: 2015-01-27

The final report of the project ‘National Assessment of the Economics of Ecosystem Services in Finland’ (TEEB for Finland) was presented to the Minister of the Environment, Sanni Grahn-Laasonen. Accor......

Nature > Recognition of ecosystem services promotes their sustainable use and protection
Artificial Snow to Safeguard Saimaa Ringed Seal Nesting Gets Biodiversity Award 2013-2014
Press release | Published: 2014-12-05

The Biodiversity Award for 2013-2014 goes to the voluntary work to safeguard the nesting of Saimaa Ringed Seal by covering the nests with artificial snow. Nature education for children gets an honorar......

Nature > Artificial Snow to Safeguard Saimaa Ringed Seal Nesting Gets Biodiversity Award 2013-2014
Conservation of wood-inhabiting Ascomycetes in changing forest landscapes
Content page | Published: 2014-10-22

Wood-inhabiting biodiversity is largely threatened due to modern forest management that has caused changes in forest habitat quality, quantity and degree of fragmentation. Wood-inhabiting fungi const......

Nature > Species > Threatened species > Research Programme PUTTE 2009-2016 > PUTTE Projects > More information on PUTTE projects > Conservation of wood-inhabiting Ascomycetes in changing forest landscapes
Permit to derogate from the protection provisions of species
Content page | Published: 2013-12-16

All naturally occurring mammals and birds in Finland are protected, in accordance with section 38 of the Nature Conservation Act, with the exception of the game animals and unprotected animals ref...

Forms, permits and environmental impact assessment > Permits, notifications and registration > Nature conservation permits > Permit to derogate from the protection provisions of species
Projects 2012-2014
Content page | Published: 2014-06-27

© Panu Halme Project Project manager Research institute Fungi and bryophytes of grazed forests Halme Panu University...

Nature > Species > Threatened species > Research Programme PUTTE 2009-2016 > PUTTE Projects > Projects 2012-2014
PhD thesis on the little-known Arctic comb jelly found in the Baltic Sea and the Arctic
Press release | Published: 2014-04-10

One of the world's oldest animal species, the comb jellies – which have inhabited the seas for millions of years – have kept their secrets up to the present day. In her PhD thesis, which she is due to......

Sea > PhD thesis on the little-known Arctic comb jelly found in the Baltic Sea and the Arctic
Permit to appropriate a protected animal that is found dead
Content page | Published: 2013-12-16

No protected animal found dead may be appropriated (section 40 of the Nature Conservation Act). However, it may be appropriated for assignment to the Central Museum of Natural History, some other nat...

Forms, permits and environmental impact assessment > Permits, notifications and registration > Nature conservation permits > Permit to appropriate a protected animal that is found dead
Species in the EU Habitats and Bird Directives
Content page | Published: 2013-11-26

CURRENT The European Environment Agency (EEA) has published a new report on the state of nature in the EU. State of Nature in the EU (EEA's news release, 20 May 2015) Th...

Nature > Species > Species in the EU Habitats and Bird Directives
Earlier evaluations of threatened species
Content page | Published: 2017-01-12

The first extensive evaluation of threatened species in Finland was conducted in the 1980s. The results were published as a Report on the Monitoring of Threatened Animals and Plants in Finland, in 19...

Nature > Species > Threatened species > Earlier evaluations of threatened species
Protected species
Content page | Published: 2013-11-04

The Nature Conservation Act (Chapter 6) protects all species of birds and mammals not specifically listed as game species or unprotected species. Species other than mammals or birds can be protected ...

Nature > Species > Protected species
International trade of endangered species (CITES)
Content page | Published: 2013-09-24

CURRENT   The new Species Regulation has been published by the European Commission, and is effective from 4 February 2017. Commission Regulation (EU) 2017/160 ...

Forms, permits and environmental impact assessment > Permits, notifications and registration > International trade of endangered species (CITES)
Image bank
Content page | Published: 2013-07-29

© Seppo Leinonen Images and drawings can be used for non-commercial purposes in cases where the Research Programme for Deficiently Known and Threatened Forest Species (PUTTE) is present...

Nature > Species > Threatened species > Research Programme PUTTE 2009-2016 > Image bank
PUTTE Projects
Content page | Published: 2013-06-19

         Herb-rich deciduous forest © Markku Meriluoto   PUTTE-projects 2014–2016   Project ...

Nature > Species > Threatened species > Research Programme PUTTE 2009-2016 > PUTTE Projects

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