Environmental change and sufficiency of natural resources
Sustainable life on Earth for generations to come
Understanding the reasons and mechanisms of climate change helps in finding ways to mitigate it. We can respond to the environmental challenges of the future by, for example, developing the use of forests and their sustainable management. Already now, our work has provided new insights into the role of aerosols in climate change. Furthermore, our research on forests and the forest-based bioeconomy is internationally recognised and continuously develops new solutions for the sustainable use of forest resources.
We introduce original, research-based information to citizens and decision-makers, and provide tools for the sustainable governance of natural resources, while taking economic, legal and political aspects into consideration.
SUSTENVIRON // NEWS
- UEF secures 2.6 million euros of funding to strengthen strategic research into aquatic environments (19.06.2019)
- Climate change impacts peatland CO2 gas exchange primarily via moisture conditions (08.04.2019)
- Karelia Symposium focuses on future research and manufacturing of novel wood products (02.04.2019)
- Grass fields are a specialty of Northern agriculture – an extensive Finnish project aims for climate change mitigation and resource efficiency (31.01.2019)
- Microalgae clean wastewater and produce bioenergy (30.01.2019)
- Major gaps remain in how traditional knowledge is used in salmon governance in Norway and Finland (20.12.2018)
- Old mines cast a long shadow on their surroundings (17.12.2018)
- Long-running international MSc programme looks at European forests with bioeconomy in mind (17.09.2018)
- New hypothesis on the effects of soil microbes on plant nutrition and growth (11.09.2018)
- Wetlands are key for accurate greenhouse gas measurements in the Arctic (11.09.2018)