The University of Helsinki endorses the proposal by the Ministry of the Environment to establish the world's first science national park in the Evo area in Hämeenlinna
The habitability of Earth depends on biodiversity. In the context of southern Finland, the Evo area in southern Finland is home to a particularly extensive and valuable ecosystem of old-growth forests whose conservational value is considerable. The University of Helsinki supports the unique science national park project announced by the Ministry of the Environment on 17 November 2020.
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