Aihesana: blue bioeconomy

The key to sustainable growth lies in the oceans

BioeconomyBlog

Often seen as one of the most overstretched resources, the seas offer one of the…

Growth of marine wind power to boost fish farming

Fish and watersBlog

The enormous capacity of marine areas to produce energy and food offers the humankind the…

Private capital – solution to global challenges?

Fish and watersBlog

Based on international assessments, achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will require USD 5,000 to…

Is the blue bioeconomy sustainable?

Fish and watersBlog

The blue bioeconomy refers to the sustainable use of renewable aquatic natural resources and business…

Leadership in water business requires open-minded innovation

Fish and watersBlog

Access to clean water in abundance is so self-evident for us Finns that we do…

Finnish fish is on the rise – is that enough?

Fish and watersBlog

This past summer, we heard a lot of good news about fish. Projects promoting local…

What can Finland learn from the success story of Norwegian fish farming?

Fish and watersBlog

The Norwegian coast is ideal for salmon farming. The sea is just the right cool…

On the interface between water and digitalisation

Fish and watersBlog

Is there an intangible substitute for the value of water? Will digitalisation enable us to…

New products create added value for Finnish fish

Fish and watersBlog

Fish is a nutritious, healthy food whose demand is growing both in Finland and internationally.…