We support nature-friendly practices in business. Read how our members are taking part in the green agenda.
Right now the forest industry is experiencing a hectic period of fostering new products and business models, with a focus on biofuels and the development of new, wood-based materials.
Cosmetics containers and disposable coffee cups are some of the products for which Finnish companies are offering plastic-free alternatives. They’re responding to the need and ever-growing demand for something that works without creating an environmental burden.
Transport options on the Åland Islands in the Baltic Sea will get a lot greener as vehicles switch to Neste MY Renewable Diesel™.
The renewable fuel from Neste is produced from waste and residues. First to make the switch, the Viking Line Buss and Williams Buss companies, along with the the Åland Post fleet, will lead the transition.
Fortum is the first in Finland to open its district heating network to all clean energy producers. By utilising waste heat we can together make the Finnish energy system more sustainable, more efficient and cleaner.
Tuomo Suntola’s invention, known as atomic layer deposition, is used in everything from smartphones to solar panels. Tuomo Suntola, a physicist from Finland, wins the 2018 Millennium Technology Prize for ALD, an innovation that enables solar panels, LED lights, computer chips and numerous other technologies, and continues to change the world.