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Work at the centre of sustainable development

Agenda2030
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Sustainable development has become an increasingly important societal goal. The UN agreement of the Agenda2030 in 2015 rendered the sustainable development goals ever more significant with deep-set implications also for actions of the global north.

In Finland, the Finnish Environment Institute, SYKE is a frontrunner in analysing the state of as well as policy measeures towards sustainable development. The work is done across various sectors and together with multiple stakeholders. SYKE is a trusted partner organisation in esteemed international processes and projects for sustainable development.

Specialist areas

  •  Analysis and assessment of sustainable systemic change
  • Co-development, analysis and assessment of policy meaasures in support of sustainable development
  • Expertise related to clean water
  • Significance of biodiversity and ecosystem services with respect to health, among others
  •  Addressing climate change mitigation and adaptation questions
  • Circular economy, sustainable consumption and production
  • Urbanisation in support of sustainable development
  • Information in service of sustainable development
     

Policy Brief: A future the planet can accommodate 

 


More information:

Director of the Environmental Policy Centre Eeva Furman, SYKE
tel. 0295 251 123, firstname.lastname@ymparisto.fi

Director of the Sustainable Urbanisation Programme Emma Terämä, SYKE
tel.0295 251 692, firstname.lastname@ymparisto.fi

Senior Researcher Annukka Berg, SYKE
tel. 0295 251 842, firstname.lastname@ymparisto.fi 

Director of the Programme for Sustainable Circular Economy Riina Antikainen, SYKE
tel. 0295 251 146, firstname.lastname@ymparisto.fi

 

Published 2018-12-05 at 14:11, updated 2019-03-07 at 10:47

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