Summary of Actions

Status of implementation
1. Communications programme
2. Teacher education
3. Biodiversity in national curriculum
4. Cooperation in biodiversity education
5. Harmful subsidies
6. Monitoring network
7. Private and third sector
8. EU programmes
9. Agri-environmental support
10. Predator compensation
11. Development of legislation
12. Environmental offences
13. Ecological compensation
14. Green and blue infrastructure
15. Environmental impact assessment
16. Akwé: Kon guidelines
17. State owned protected areas
18. Conservation effectiveness
19. Functioning and connectivity
20. Regional and local reservations
21. Classification of protected areas
22. Action plan for habitat type protection
23. Information on threatened species
24. Action plan for species protection
25. Threatened species in forestry
26. Species hot spots
27. Endemic and near-endemic taxa
28. Game management plans
29. Adaptation to climate change
30. Sensitivity to climate change
31. Ex situ protection
32. Restoration of carbon sinks
33. Bioenergy and wind power
34. Strategy for invasive alien species
35. Sustainable nature-based tourism
36. Updating of the Off-Road Traffic Act
37. Land use and tourism
38. Experiental relationship to nature
39. Ecosystem services
40. Joint use of data
41. Green economy research
42. Cooperation in monitoring
43. Digitisation of taxonomic data
44. Deficiently known species
45. METSO programme
46. National Forest Programme
47. Regional cooperation
48. State-owned commercial forests
49. State-owned recreational forests
50. Sustainable use of peatlands
51. Water dynamics of protected mires
52. Transformative use of mires
53. Action plan for wetlands
54. Game management and wetlands
55. Agricultural policies
56. Traditional rural biotopes
57. Awareness in agriculture
58. Agricultural habitats
59. High nature value areas
60. Existing substitute habitats
61. Old mineral extraction sites
62. Sustainable use of mineral resources
63. Inventories of geological formations
64. Agriculture and water quality
65. Regulation of watercourses
66. Water resources management plans
67. Peat production and mining
68. Baltic Sea protection programme
69. Underwater marine environment
70. Sustainable fishing
71. Fisfway strategy
72. Baltic salmon stock
73. Game population management
74. Threatened game species
75. Damage caused by game animals
76. Game and invasive alien species
77. Poaching
78. Use of northern areas
79. Reindeer husbandry
80. Knowledge of urban biodiversity
81. National urban parks
82. Restoration of degraded ecosystems
83. Knowledge of carbon balance
84. Traditional Sami knowledge
85. Indicators on Sami culture
86. Statutory regulation of genetic resources
87. Crop wild relatives
88. Genetic diversity of trees
89. Conservation of fish genetic diversity
90. Monitoring of fish genetic diversity
91. Research on biodiversity impacts of GMO
92. Monitoring and indicators of GMO
93. Environmentally beneficial GMO
94. Banning or restricting GMO
95. Protocol on biosafety
96. Access and benefit sharing (ABS)
97. Resource mobilisation
98. United Nation's programmes
99. International contractual negotiations
100. Poverty reduction and biodiversity
101. Development cooperation
102. Fennoscandian green belt
103. Barents region protected areas
104. Boreal ecosystem conservation
105. Monitoring of the NBSAP