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Bigger is badder when it comes to climate impact of farms in the Amazon

Mongabay 17 Jun 2021
To investigate how different land-use practices affect local climate and weather patterns, an international team of researchers, led by Eduardo Maeda at the University of Helsinki in Finland, analyzed nearly 20 years of surface temperature measurements collected by the MODIS sensor on board NASA’s Terra satellite.
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Illinois' Jacob Grandison joins Finnish national team for pre-Olympics tournament

Olean Times Herald 17 Jun 2021
No longer a naive kid who lost of bit of his tongue to a metal pole, Grandison will finally return to Finland as a member of the Finnish national team. The 6-foot-6 graduate guard/forward said national team coach Henrik Dettmann approached him about joining the team last year, and the two of them have remained in contact ever since.
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5 takeaways from the summit between Biden and Putin

News-Press Now 16 Jun 2021
"We looked at each other like. OK, what's next?" he said ... An overriding goal of Biden's team in planning his summit with Putin was to avoid the spectacle that unfolded in Helsinki in 2018, when then-President Donald Trump met Putin alone for two hours and emerged to say he took the Russian's word over US intelligence on election meddling ... 1.42 ... 1.27 ... .
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Column: Dealing with Vladimir Putin

Dispatch Argus 14 Jun 2021
“The previous [Trump] team couldn’t handle Putin,” I was told by Fiona Hill, senior director for Europe and Russia on the National Security Council under Trump, who attended the Helsinki summit. “This [Biden] team will stick to message, and not have someone up there freelancing.
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Biden-Putin tests the strengths of democracy vs. autocracy

The Bradford Era 14 Jun 2021
... in Helsinki ... “The previous team couldn’t handle Putin,” I was told by Fiona Hill, senior director for Europe and Russia on the National Security Council under Trump, who attended the Helsinki summit. “This team will stick to message, and not have someone up there freelancing.
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Rubin: Biden-Putin summit tests strengths of democracy vs. autocracy

East Bay Times 12 Jun 2021
“The previous (Trump) team couldn’t handle Putin,” I was told by Fiona Hill, senior director for Europe and Russia on the National Security Council under Trump, who attended the Helsinki summit. “This [Biden] team will stick to message, and not have someone up there freelancing.
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Trudy Rubin: Biden-Putin summit tests the strengths of democracy vs. autocracy

West Hawaii Today 12 Jun 2021
“The previous (Trump) team couldn’t handle Putin,” I was told by Fiona Hill, senior director for Europe and Russia on the National Security Council under Trump, who attended the Helsinki summit. “This (Biden) team will stick to message, and not have someone up there freelancing.
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Trudy Rubin: Summit tests strengths of democracy vs. autocracy

Hastings Tribune 11 Jun 2021
“The previous [Trump] team couldn’t handle Putin,” I was told by Fiona Hill, senior director for Europe and Russia on the National Security Council under Trump, who attended the Helsinki summit. “This [Biden] team will stick to message, and not have someone up there freelancing.
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Forget glow sticks! Stone Age 'ravers' danced in a 'psychedelic way' 8,000 years ago, with ...

The Daily Mail 03 Jun 2021
'Ornaments composed of elk teeth suspended from or sown on to clothing emit a loud rattling noise when moving,' say the team from the University of Helsinki ... 'Ornaments composed of elk teeth suspended from or sown on to clothing emit a loud rattling noise when moving,' say the team from the University of Helsinki.
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Finland hope for a 'Pukki party' at Euro debut

The Jakarta Post 02 Jun 2021
Celebratory "Pukki parties" erupted after the team qualified, while cans of "Norwich City craft beer" now line Finnish supermarket shelves, bearing Pukki's face on the yellow label. . "But I';m always emphasising the team effort," Kanerva is quick to add.
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Finland PM Sanna Marin Faces Flak Over Subsidised Breakfast Bills, Police Announces Probe

Yahoo Daily News 29 May 2021
Read full article. Team Latestly29 May 2021, 9.05 am·2-min read. Helsinki, May 29. Finland Prime Minister Sanna Marin is facing flak after a tabloid reported that she had received subsidy on her family's breakfast bills while living her at official residence, Kesaranta ... Also Read ... On Friday, police announced a pre-trial investigation ... TRENDING.
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Loons attacker Robin Lod riding high in MLS and before he joins Finland for Euros

Grand Forks Herald 28 May 2021
His 80% contribution rate on a team’s goals is second in MLS behind only Columbus midfielder Lucas Zelarayan, who has been involved in all three Crew goals this year ... Lod and Jukka Raitiala will join Finland’s national team, while Jan Gregus is expected to go meet Slovakia after the Loons’ game on Saturday.
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Robert Morris University eliminating men’s, women’s ice hockey programs

WPXI 26 May 2021
PITTSBURGH — Robert Morris University will no longer field NCAA Division 1 men’s and women’s ice hockey programs ... About 55 student-athletes and seven staff members are impacted by this decision ... As of August 2020, the team’s roster included players from as far as Helsinki, Finland, and Surrey, British Columbia, in Canada ... TRENDING NOW.
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Environmental exposure during travel

Phys Dot Org 24 May 2021
The University of Helsinki Digital Geography Lab researchers published a seminal review article of the emerging research field of environmental exposures during daily travel ... Digital Geography at the University of Helsinki is an interdisciplinary research team focusing on spatial Big Data analytics for fair and sustainable societies.
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Multi-story buildings made of wood sell for 9% more than other construction in Helsinki

Phys Dot Org 20 May 2021
The team analyzed statistical data from real estate sales in the Finnish capital of Helsinki and two suburbs from 1999 to 2018 ... The researchers say this may have to do with the fact that timber-based construction in Helsinki occurs in cheaper-than-average areas, where people may be more willing to pay for the eco-friendly material.
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