Our new Communications Coordinator feels that we need to redefine our relationship with nature – and dreams of swimming with… Read the full post
Although climate change is daunting, its pervasiveness leaves many open fronts for action. To act consciously, you will have to overcome some traps and develop a sense of informed imagination – ideas that are meaningful and within your reach.
One of PoDoCo’s participants, Gayathri Murukesan, is living her dream as an industrial algal researcher at Origin by Ocean.
Can global value chains support rural sustainability? Our grantee Ayu Pratiwi studied Indonesian coffee farmers.
The Nessling Foundation granted a total sum of one million euros for three projects that study health care as part of solutions to the ecological crisis, the spread of infectious diseases in a changing environment, and the value and cost of water pollution.
It has been said that “the future is fungi”, but the use of fungi has already long traditions. Our grantee Maija Nuppunen-Puputti tells us why we should hunt for underground fungi.
In 2020, the Nessling Foundation awarded grants to projects that promote a holistic change in our current way of life.
A project led by Sini Suomalainen helps businesses understand the countless possibilities of recycled textiles.
Our new grantee Traci Birge wants to make all Finnish farms pollinator-friendly.
Our new grantee Daniel Fernandez Galeote’s research combines games and climate change.
The Nessling Foundation’s 2020 general grant call ended on September 11th. We will grant funding for PhD projects, implementation of… Read the full post
This year, alongside the Foundation’s general grant call, we will launch a special call in which we look for multidisciplinary research projects on the theme “The economy and human health in the planet’s ecological crisis”.
This year, we are especially looking for projects that increase our understanding of the interfaces between the environment, human health, and the economy.
It has been stated that ecology cannot and should not be studied in isolation. But what happens when borders suddenly… Read the full post
Confined to our homes and amidst feelings of uncertainty, some of us choose to DIY rather than buy. Knitting, for… Read the full post
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in surprisingly positive side effects in the environment. Observations made now during these exceptional times… Read the full post
The pandemic emptied the streets and turned our economy upside-down, but it did not cancel the environmental crisis. We asked… Read the full post
Agriculture is still the main source of employment in rural areas, where poverty is most prevalent, but climate variability threatens… Read the full post