Finland’s average annual temperature increased more than 1°C in the past 150 years, with seasonal variations. The fastest temperature increase was in in the spring, followed by the winter, while summer and autumn temperatures rose at a slower rate.
This publication reviews the outcome of floods that were mapped with the SAR-based Finnish Flood Centre's Flood Detection Algorithm (FC-FloDA), a standard threshold-based approach applied to Sentinel-1, and a visual interpretation of Sentinel-2 images
Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management
Journal of Flood Risk Management (Wiley)
The aim of the National Climate Change Adaptation Plan 2022 is to build the capacity of Finnish society to manage the risks associated with climate change and adapt to changes in the climate. The objectives of the plan are: A. Adaptation has been
This document is the action plan for disaster risk reduction (National Platform) prepared by the Finnish Cooperation Network, appointed to act as a cooperation body and to prepare a National Platform for Disaster Risk Reduction. It mainly features
According to the Government Programme of Prime Minister Matti Vanhanen’s second Cabinet, Finland will function as an active member of the international community, making its contribution to shared global responsibility and creating its own opportunities
The preparation of this National Progress Report has been undertaken within the framework of the biennial 2011-13 HFA Monitoring and Progress Review process, facilitated by UNISDR and ISDR System partners.