Helsinki-based architectural firm Studio Puisto has recently completed the first of 25 tiny tree-top cabins. Located in the highlands of Kivijärvi, close to the Salamajärvi National Park in Finland, the striking cabin is the first addition to a new
How Finland Balances Climate Change and Economic Growth One of the world's best-funded welfare states is starting to crack as the fallout of the coronavirus triggers mass unemployment.
--under plans drawn up by 34-year-old prime minister Sanna Marin Sanna Marin, 34, said it would allow workers to spend more time with family In Finland currently it is normal to work eight hours per day, five days per week Sweden trialled six-hour
The Nordic nation launched the 6-week "Elements of AI" course last year as a means of educating their citizens on the revolutionary new technology.
A new study from scientists in Finland found "practically no anthropogenic [man-made] climate change" and explained that man's role in increased carbon dioxide is less than 10%. A team at the Kobe University in Japan expanded that research and
Finland's government has collapsed just weeks before the general election. New socialist and communist reforms have failed due to the rising costs of healthcare.
The Finnish Police investigates a video published recently in social media by the vigilante group 'Soldiers of Odin' that announces a "hunt" for rapists and pedophiles.
Property has nine piers, a helipad and enough housing to accommodate a small army
In this video, Luke Rudkowski is joined by Jason Bermas to discuss the upcoming summit with Putin in Helsinki, Finland after the NATO summit over the weekend in Europe where he was met with protests in both London and Scotland. As Trump goes to HELLs
Despite an ongoing investigation by the Nordic nation's equality ombudsman's office into whether a woman-only business classifies as illegal discrimination, the "Supershe" island oasis is scheduled to open "as planned."
Technocrats around the world have been pushing for Universal Basic Income in order to offset the jobs to be lost to the robot revolution. Finland experimented with UBI and has now abandoned the project. The pros and cons are finally being revealed.
A routine trip to check the mail took an unexpected turn for Mika Ruusunen in November 2016. "I opened it and I didn't understand it at all, so I gave it to my wife and asked her what the heck is this," Ruusunen said.