You can breathe fresh air everywhere, even outside the parks and forests. Airvisual.com listed Helsinki as having the world’s fifth-cleanest air in 2018. The study (pdf) examined 62 capital cities.
Which is the cleanest country in the world?
Cleanest Countries In The World 2021
Why is Finland Green?
Eco-friendly culture. Finland is able to achieve this green status thanks to a highly eco-friendly culture and a green lifestyle. … Forestry is a large and important industry in Finland but the natural forests are conserved thanks to sustainable policies such as rotation periods or small scale fellings.
How much snow does Finland get a year?
The snow cover is deepest around mid-March, with an average of 60 to 90 cm of snow in eastern and northern Finland and 20 to 30 cm in southwestern Finland. The lakes freeze over in late November and early December. The ice is thickest in early April, at about 50 to 65 cm.
Do they speak English in Helsinki?
The majority of Helsinki-dwellers speak English in addition to their mother tongue of Finnish or Swedish, often along with some other foreign language such as German, French or Spanish. The metropolitan region has many inhabitants who have a mother tongue other than Finnish or Swedish.