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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.
International Energy Agency

This week’s Manchester Briefing (Issue 40) launches the University of Manchester searchable database of international lessons on Recovery and Renewal. The new database offers a searchable function for all of the 575 individual lessons that have been

University of Manchester

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)

Climate migration is expected to increase in the future. This study brings together knowledge on climate and environmental change-induced migration and displacement within and across country borders, their effects and management. Climate migration is

Finland - government

This report presents how cross-scale interactions affect resilience in a wide array of social systems such as flood risk management, but it has been argued that studies of such interactions remain limited. Based on qualitative interviews, quantitative

Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Research often focuses on areas with high exposure and vulnerability and research on low exposure and vulnerability areas is scarcer. This research asks: do socioeconomic and demographic factors matter in how individuals prepare for and are affected by

International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction (Elsevier)

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

Ministry of the Interior (Finland)

This paper argues that there is a need for a new policy framing that Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) investment is imperative that will generate dividends for governments and society at large. Under the auspice of the Sendai Framework for disaster risk

International Journal of Disaster Management (Tsunami and Disaster Mitigation Research Center)

This report looks at the additional benefits that climate action delivers, and how cities can utilise these in their decision-making processes. The report argues that climate policies that promote co-benefits (that tackle climate change whilst also

Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research Carbon Disclosure Project

This paper presents a mobility indicator derived from anonymised aggregated mobile positioning data. Even though the indicator does not provide information about the behaviour of individuals, it captures valuable insights into the mobility patterns of the

European Commission Joint Research Centre