Nessling nest

What?

The Nessling Nest is a free workspace for researchers who are solving environmental challenges and for other actors who are advancing the transfer of environmental research results to society.

Why?

Collaboration is essential to solving environmental challenges. The Nessling Nest is a meeting place where there is room for discussion and research.

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    CONTACT DETAILS

    Auli Elolahti

    Auli Elolahti

    Communications Assistant
    auli.elolahti@nessling.fi
    041-5077-309

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    Fredrikinkatu 20 A (1. krs), Helsinki

    WORKSPACES

    Long-term spaces: Birch, Lily and Perch

    Each room has space for four researchers. Bookings are made for 1-12 months at a time.

    The spaces are filled as they become available.

    Available and next available workstations:

    • There are no long-term spaces available at the moment
    • You can apply for the popup space

    APPLY FOR A SPACE

    Popup space: Swan

     

    The Swan is best suited for occasional workspace needs. The space is also suitable for short visits of a few hours or a day, and can accommodate up to 8 people at a time.

    The space manager is responsible for opening the door to the space on weekdays from 9:00-15:00. It is also possible to work in the space longer, however.

    Apply for a space

    Other spaces

     

    The Bear and Aula are reserved for the use of researchers in the Nessling Nest.

    Bear: The room is reserved for meetings and phone calls. This ensures that the other spaces remain calm working environments.

    Aula: Space for up to thirty people. Can be reserved for various events for the researchers in the space, such as seminars.

    Nessling Nest

     

    • Over 200m² of space
    • Spacious and bright apartment
    • The atmosphere of an old house
    • Rooms for working, small events and meetings
    • Kitchen
    • Showers
    • Fantastic location in the heart of Punavuori
    • Inspiring and multidisciplinary work community
    • Possibility for yoga and dance

    How to apply

    All researchers and actors solving environmental challenges can apply for a long-term  workspace, regardless of their funder if the space is needed for daily use. A pop-up-working space is best for those who needs a work space occasionally. In the event that there are many applicants, researchers funded by the Nessling Foundation will be given priority. We reserve the right to select who will work in the space.

    Applications for the space are always made through the E-NESSI system. Using the system requires registration.

    NB! The spaces are filled as they become available. The application process for the popup space is continuous.

    E-NESSI

    Video: Nessling Nest

    The Nessling Nest is a free workspace for researchers who are solving environmental challenges.

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    Tarja Rannisto

    Doctoral Researcher, University of Helsinki
    tarja.rannisto(at)pp.inet.fi

    "I'm writing my disseration on importance of nature's esthetic experiences and values in decision making and urban planning."

    Salla

    Salla Mikkonen

    Doctoral Researcher, University of Tampere
    Salla.Mikkonen(at)staff.uta.fi

    "I'm writing my dissertation on lobbying practices in the EU, in relation to food trade and global food governance"

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    Jose Cano Arias

    Digital Media Producer, Communicator, Scientist
    canoarias(at)gmail.com

    "I am a science communicator, data journalist and researcher. I work in the audiovisual project Tietää ja rakastaa."

    Kukka Ranta

    Kukka Ranta

    non-fiction author, journalist, PhD student,photographer
    kukka.m.ranta(at)gmail.com

    "Working on non-fiction book about assimilation of the Finnish Sàmi Indigenous People and the ownership of the northern nature."

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    Outi Silfverberg

    Coordinator, Forum for Environmental Information
    outi.silfverberg(at)ymparistotiedonfoorumi.fi

    “I advance transfer of scientific information in the field of environmental research to national policy making and administration. My objective is to increase interaction between researchers and decision makers.”

    Natalia Saukkonen

    Natalia Saukkonen

    PhD student, Tampere University of Technology
    natalia.saukkonen@tut.fi

    "I study how to integrate both profitability and environmental targets to investment decision-making."

    Eki Nylen

    Eki Nylén

    Doctoral Researcher, University of Tampere
    Erkki-Jussi.Nylen(at)staff.uta.fi

    "I'm writing my disseration on advance of circular economy in Finland."

    Katri

    Katri Rostedt

    PhD Candidate, University of Tampere and part-time Executive Director of Young Academy Finland
    katri.rostedt(at)uta.fi

    "I am researching international boundary organizations that mediate environmental research to politicians and work on international science-policy interfaces"

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    Marjo Siltooja

    Senior Researcher, Jyväskylä University School of Business and Economics (JSBE)
    marjo.siltaoja(at)jyu.fi

    "My research focuses on processes and means that influence on the legitimacy of proenvironmental markets "