Welcome to learn about the diverse Finnish bioeconomy

By 2030 we need 50% more food, 45% more energy, and 30% more water. The solution is bioeconomy.

Finland aims for a low-carbon, energy-efficient society, founded on the use of renewable natural resources and recycled materials. For Finland bioeconomy brings an annual output of 100 billion euros, growth of exports, 100 000 new jobs and increased well-being, with due respect for the environment. Welcome to learn about strategic development of bioeconomy and collaboration between different sectors in this work!

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Welcome

Chemistry

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Neste MY Renewable Diesel reduces greenhouse gas emissions by up to 90 percent

Neste offers environmentally conscious consumers and corporate customers an opportunity to start using a fully renewable fuel. In…

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Ecosystem services

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Nature photography and travelling boosting sparsely populated areas

An animal can be shot down only once but photographed hundreds – even thousands of times. A photographer…

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Energy

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Cleaner city traffic with wood-based diesel

UPM started fleet tests of its novel wood-based diesel fuel in urban buses together with Helsinki Region Transport…

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Facts and contacts

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VTT hosted a Hackathon to find new Bioeconomy Solutions

VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland is exploring different ways in which to collaborate and innovate with its…

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Fish and waters

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The Finnish Benella Rainbow Trout promotes both the welfare of the environment and the consumer

The challenge in the Finnish fish farming has been to differentiate the domestic rainbow trout from international mass…

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Food

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SILMUSALAATTI – SPROUTING GOODNESS!

Organic agriculture in Helsinki region without subsidies, fertilisers, pesticides or land to cultivate! How is it even possible…

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Wood and forest

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The Forest Academy increases Finnish decision makers’ awareness of forests

The forest is Finland’s most important natural resource. To maximise the potential of this renewable resource, we need…

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