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TWO-WEEK road trip with children to Finland – the planning of the trip, the route, and travel blog with photos

NordenBladet – Travelling in the Nordic countries is safe and within a short time you are able to visit several sightseeings. The Nordic people themselves prefer to travel more and more in the home country and other Nordic countries since

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Mayors from across the Arctic met in Rovaniemi to discuss the future and the activities of the Forum

NordenBladet – Mayors from across the Arctic met in Rovaniemi 8. May 2019 to discuss the future and the activities of the Forum. “People in the north must engage more actively in the conversation about the Arctic future to link

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8 REASONS why you should go on a road trip in Nordic countries

NordenBladet – More and more people love to spend their holidays in Scandinavia because there is safe, amazing nature and a lot to do and everybody are obsessed with Scandinavian culture! This year NordenBladet gave out a Finland´s travel guide

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An effective Arctic process has borne fruit – activities will continue with even closer cooperation

NordenBladet – Esko Lotvonen, Mayor of Rovaniemi extends a warm welcome to everyone attending the Arctic conferences in early May, so that we can work together to ensure sustainable development in the best interests of both current and future generations.

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Helena-Reet: We have opened NordenBladet.fi and NordenBladet.se!! There is great interest for the NordenBladet pages and every day I am thinking – where from here? what from here?

NordenBladet – For many months I have actively been involved with the archives and documentation of NordenBladet. As of today also the portals of Ohmygossip Finland and Ohmygossip Sweden have been joined under NordenBladet! How cool is that?! NordeBladet pages

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Finnish parliamentary elections: Record number of women winners

NordenBladet – In a very close election, the Social Democratic Party won the most seats in Parliament – but only just. The main issues driving Finland’s 2019 parliamentary election on April 14, 2019 included the previous government coalition’s unsuccessful attempt

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Ministry of the Environment investigates the use of plastics in buildings – ARA, Senate Properties and the University of Helsinki studying how to reduce the use of plastics in their construction projects

NordenBladet —  A study by the Ministry of the Environment on the use of plastics in residential buildings and day-care centres reveals that plastics can be found in all parts of buildings. The amount of plastics in individual buildings, however,

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National Report on Biodiversity in Finland: Biodiversity still on the decline despite rigorous work

NordenBladet — Finland’s broad-based working group on biodiversity has approved the sixth national report on the conservation of biodiversity in Finland. According to the report, Finland has engaged in rigorous, well-coordinated work to halt the decline in biodiversity, but the

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Key Project increases sustainability of Finland’s food system

NordenBladet — How have the Key Government Projects affected water resources protection and the circular economy? Climate change, protecting our water resources and ensuring the sustainability of food production require a shift to a system in which nutrients circulate. Over

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Climate Barometer 2019: Finns wish to have solutions to climate crisis at the heart of policy-making

NordenBladet — The Finns wish to see solutions to the climate crisis among the priority themes of the next government term and Finland’s Presidency of the Council of the EU. Growing numbers of Finns have also changed their own behaviour

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From good to “goodest”: Finland tops the Good Country Index

NordenBladet – Finland is number one in the newest Good Country Index, which seeks to measure “what each country on earth contributes to the good of humanity.” We talk to the index’s creator, Simon Anholt, about what it means to

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APPLY to the thisisFINLAND Foreign Correspondents’ Programme – Alumni Edition 2019!

NordenBladet – If you have participated in the Foreign Correspondents’ Programme or Young Journalists, as it was first called in the 90’s, now you might have a chance for another Finland-packed experience. Foreign Correspondents’ Programme – Alumni Edition 2019 starts

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New estimate — every ninth species in Finland is threatened

NordenBladet — A new assessment of threatened species indicates an increasing loss of biodiversity in Finnish nature. Of the 22 000 species evaluated, 11.9% were classified as threatened, compared to 10.5% in the previous assessment. All species groups include threatened

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Restoration of Urban Longinoja Brook Wins Finnish Biodiversity Award 2017-2018

NordenBladet — Perseverance in the voluntary restoration of the urban brook of Longinoja in the Malmi suburb of Helsinki won the Finnish Biodiversity Award 2017-2018. The winner was chosen by the National Committee of Finland of IUCN, International Union for

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18 common questions with answers: WHAT is Aurora Borealis? What causes the Northern Lights? Where is the best place to go and see the northern lights? Do the Northern Lights give off radiation? etc.

NordenBladet – An aurora (plural: auroras or aurorae), sometimes referred to as polar lights, northern lights (aurora borealis) or southern lights (aurora australis), is a natural light display in the Earth’s sky, predominantly seen in the high-latitude regions (around the

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Nordic countries agree on closer cooperation to tackle the climate crisis

NordenBladet — At their meeting in Helsinki on Friday 25 January, the Prime Ministers and ministers responsible for climate issues of the Nordic countries decided to speed up their climate actions. The Nordic countries aim to follow the 1.5 Degree

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