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Towards an Eco-Welfare State: Orchestrating for Systemic Impact (ORSI)

Liisa Häikiö& the ORSI consortium Abstract: An eco-welfare state & a just transition In...

What Is an Eco-Welfare State -seminar – 21 January 2020

In the coming decade, societies need to adjust human activities within environmental limits while ensuring that the policies introduced are societally legitimate...

Miten Suomi ohjataan kestävyyden rajoihin? – avoimet aamukahvit 3.12.2019

Ilmastonmuutos haastaa Suomen kaltaisen hyvinvointivaltion muuttamaan toimintatapojaan. Miten siirtymää ohjataan? Syksyllä 2019 käynnistynyt ORSI-hanke kehittää reiluja ja rivakoita keinoja luotsata Suomi ympäristön...

The state of global sustainable development is dire – Solutions, however, do exist

The Future is Now: Science for Achieving Sustainable Development, the first Global Sustainable Development Report (GSDR), highlights the significant hindering effect the...

Orchestrating together

Climate change challenges welfare states, such as Finland, to change their practices. How do we steer that transition? The ORSI project investigates FAIR AND ROBUST methods to make Finland environmentally sustainable.

Our focus is on four themes in particular::

  • Transformative governance and budgeting
  • A just transition in the everyday life of citizens
  • Responsible innovation processes
  • Regulating consumer choice

We invite key decision makers, citizens and businesses around the same table to develop solutions together with us – ORCHESTRATING TOGETHER. Towards Eco-Welfare State: Orchestrating for Systemic Impact (ORSI) project is a joint undertaking of Tampere University, the Finnish Environment Institute SYKE, Aalto University and VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland. The project is funded by the Strategic Research Council at the Academy of Finland.

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Towards an Eco-Welfare State: Orchestrating for Systemic Impact (ORSI)

Liisa Häikiö& the ORSI consortium Abstract: An eco-welfare...

The state of global sustainable development is dire – Solutions, however, do exist

The Future is Now: Science for Achieving Sustainable Development, the first Global...