The updated Finnish road map to a circular economy offers a new foundation for funding well-being
The updated Finnish road map to a circular economy offers stakeholders in Finland an opportunity to participate in the sustainable economy, with the aim of securing a good life, a clean environment and competitiveness for Finland.
Our region generates about two million tons of industry side streams per year, which means about 130 truckloads per day.
A small town in Finnish Lapland, at the northern bottom of the Gulf of Bothnia is home to a centre of circular economy, whose employees want to break out of the small scale.
In the course of this year, a nationally significant centre of expertise, which has also attracted international attention and appreciation, has been built in Sea Lapland.
The World Circular Economy Forum 2018 showcased the world's best circular economy innovations and brought international decision-makers, companies and experts together in Yokohama, Japan, from 22 to 24 October.
The 10th FCPAE Europe Forum and The 4th ASEM Cooperation Forum organised in Finland brings together entrepreneurs, officials, professionals and experts from China, other Asian countries and Europe.