The 2008 Evaluation of SYKE

R. Leemans, L. Hordijk, M. Horvat, T.B. Johansson, P. Leroy, K. Peterson

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Abstract

The Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE) was established in 1995, at the same time when major structural changes were made in the Finnish environmental administration. SYKE is currently both a research institute and a centre for environmental expertise in Finland. SYKE’s expert services provide assistance on a wide range of environmental issues for administrators, local authorities, industries, firms and other organisations. SYKE closely monitors environmental trends and the state of the environment in Finland in co-operation with Finland’s thirteen regional environment centres. SYKE serves as the national environmental data centre in Finland. SYKE’s research and development programmes assess environmental problems from a multi-disciplinary perspective, by integrating socio-economic considerations into scientific research. The research and development programmes focus on a wide range of environmental issues, from global (e.g. climate change and loss of biodiversity), regional (e.g. acidification) or, in some cases, local issues (e.g. soil pollution).
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationHelsinki, Finland
PublisherThe Finnish Environment Institute. The Finnish Environment
Number of pages73
ISBN (Print)9789521133824
Publication statusPublished - 2009

Publication series

NameFinnish environment
No.4/2009
ISSN (Print)1796-1639

Keywords

  • environment
  • research institutes
  • international cooperation
  • finland
  • environmental monitoring

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