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The experts of Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke) are available on 15–16 July to give research-based information on climate change, forests, agri-food, arctic bioeconomy, and large carnivores living in Finland.

Forests and climate change

Vice President Taneli Kolström, tel. +358 295 325 011 (Forests and climate change).

Principal Scientist Kari T. Korhonen, tel. +358 295 323 030 (Forest resources).

See also:

Sustainable use of forests and the carbon-neutrality targets of the Paris Agreement (policy brief)
Forests and climate change

Arctic bioeconomy, agriculture and sustainable food production

Research Professor Sirpa Kurppa, tel. +358 295 326 286.

Senior Scientist Juha-Matti Katajajuuri, tel. 358 295 326 219.

See also:

The potential of arctic bioeconomy (policy brief)
Finnish arctic flavours take on the world
Nutrient recycling – from vision to practice (policy brief)

Farm animal welfare and health

Research Professor Jarkko Niemi, tel. +358 295 326 392.

See also:

Animal welfare and health

Wild life in Finland

Programme Manager Sirpa Thessler, tel. +358 408 448 498.

See also:

The bear
The wolf

Further reading

Luke meets Leia – read our stakeholder magazine Leia for more facts about Finnish bioeconomy!