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Bioeconomy Strategy 2022–2035 – Sustainably towards higher value added

1.4.2022 9.59
Finland’s new Bioeconomy Strategy has been completed. The strategy aims to double the value added of bioeconomy in an ecologically, socially and economically sustainable manner and to make Finland climate neutral by 2035.

Food industry renews commitment to materials efficiency with restaurant sector now included

1.3.2022 7.58
Mies kaupan leipähyllyä järjestämässä
The food industry has renewed its commitment to materials efficiency to promote more sustainable food production, distribution and consumption in 2022–2026. The Finnish Food and Drink Industries’ Federation, the Finnish Grocery Trade Association and the Finnish Hospitality Association MaRa have signed the commitment together with the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment, the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry and the Ministry of the Environment.

Finland and Sweden express their concerns on Taxonomy’s proposed technical screening criteria for nuclear power to the Commission

1.2.2022 14.57
Loviisan ydinvoimala veden takaa kuvattuna
Photo: Fortum
Finland and Sweden have sent a letter to Mairead McGuinness, EU Commissioner for financial services, financial stability and the Capital Markets Union, in which they express their concerns about the proposed technical screening criteria for nuclear power in the draft complementary delegated act of the EU Taxonomy Regulation. The College of Commissioners is expected to publish the final delegated act this week.

Finland joins coalition aiming to end export finance of fossil fuels

24.11.2021 17.57
Finland joined the Export Finance for Future coalition (E3F) at its meeting on 24 November 2021. The E3F is part of the strategy work to combat global warming. It allocates funding to sustainable projects and defines the most suitable measures for phasing out export finance in projects that are not in line with sustainable development.

Space innovations facilitate daily life and support climate action

5.12.2019 14.05
The European Space Week held in Helsinki on 3–5 December focused on the key themes of Finland’s Presidency of the EU Council: space solutions as contributors to climate action, new space economy for sustainable growth, sustainable space economy, and space solutions for a sustainable Arctic.

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The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment creates the conditions for economically, socially and ecologically sustainable growth. It comes from skilled people in high-quality jobs, productivity growth and increasing employment.

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The MEAE Group comprises seven government agencies, 15 Centres for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment, 15 Employment and Economic Development Offices, five companies plus three funds.

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