Watching The Finnish… November 2012

Finnish climate change news

Finnish Meteorological Institute: Local precipitation records broken in October (and other Finnish weather in October)

Yle: Blizzard blows in to southern Finland

Yle: Storm dislocates traffic in southern Finland

Yle: 30,000 blacked out by snowstorm

Yle: Record high winds, waves close to 10 metres

Yle: Snowstorm Antti in pictures

Yle: Åland Islands yield rare insect species

Yle: Fennovoima: Business as usual despite E.ON pullout

VTT: VTT: A low-carbon Finland is a great challenge, but an achievable one

Good News from Finland: Finnish food production – leading the way in climate awareness

Good News from Finland: Robots save us from mountains of waste

Good News from Finland: The Switch and Eniram win in international cleantech competition

Good News from Finland: Researchers make cheaper and safer batteries

Good News from Finland: Finnish invention reduces plastic packaging emissions

Good News from Finland: UPM and Metsä Board get WWF environmental paper awards

Good News from Finland: Neste Oil opens a pilot plant which makes microbial oil from straws

Statistics Finland: Over 80 per cent of energy consumption in households spent on heating between 2008 and 2011

Esa Vakkilainen et al.: about the economical competitiveness of various power plant alternatives

Johannes Leppä: Dynamics of neutral and charged aerosol particles (doctoral dissertation, University of Helsinki)

Toni Viskari: Estimating particle number size distributions from multi-instrument observations with Kalman Filtering (doctoral dissertation, University of Helsinki)

Jari Lyytimäki: The environment in the headlines : Newspaper coverage of climate change and eutrophication in Finland (doctoral dissertation, University of Helsinki), see also the press release

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