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Eeva Hellström 31.5.2011 Kansainvälisen luonnonvarapaneelin tilaisuudessa
Eeva Hellström 31.5.2011 Kansainvälisen luonnonvarapaneelin tilaisuudessa
Eeva Hellström 31.5.2011 Kansainvälisen luonnonvarapaneelin tilaisuudessa
Eeva Hellström 31.5.2011 Kansainvälisen luonnonvarapaneelin tilaisuudessa
Eeva Hellström 31.5.2011 Kansainvälisen luonnonvarapaneelin tilaisuudessa
Eeva Hellström 31.5.2011 Kansainvälisen luonnonvarapaneelin tilaisuudessa
Eeva Hellström 31.5.2011 Kansainvälisen luonnonvarapaneelin tilaisuudessa
Eeva Hellström 31.5.2011 Kansainvälisen luonnonvarapaneelin tilaisuudessa
Eeva Hellström 31.5.2011 Kansainvälisen luonnonvarapaneelin tilaisuudessa
Eeva Hellström 31.5.2011 Kansainvälisen luonnonvarapaneelin tilaisuudessa
Eeva Hellström 31.5.2011 Kansainvälisen luonnonvarapaneelin tilaisuudessa
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Eeva Hellström 31.5.2011 Kansainvälisen luonnonvarapaneelin tilaisuudessa

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Kansainvälinen luonnonvarapaneeli Ernst Ulrich von Weizsäckerin johdolla kokoontui Suomessa 31.5.2011. Sitran Maamerkit-ohjelman johtaja Eeva Hellström esitteli tilaisuudessa Suomen …

Kansainvälinen luonnonvarapaneeli Ernst Ulrich von Weizsäckerin johdolla kokoontui Suomessa 31.5.2011. Sitran Maamerkit-ohjelman johtaja Eeva Hellström esitteli tilaisuudessa Suomen luonnonvarastrategiaa.

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  • Sitra's mission is to build a successful Finland for tomorrow. Sitra's responsibilities are regulated by law. Although the basic mission has remained unchanged throughout Sitra's history, the ways of implementing the mission have varied depending on how Sitra has best been able to promote Finland's success at the time.-> For example, Sitra investigated alternative power sources in connection with the 1970s energy crisis, and in the 1980s started to promote gene technology research and introduced venture capital investment in Finland. At the turn of the millennium, Sitra worked intensively, for example, on issues related to globalisation and the European Union. Currently, we are focusing on promoting the profound and extensive, that is to say, systemic changes in areas deemed to be important. Sitra was initially a substantial investment in the future on the part of the Finnish State. The original investment of FIM 100 million corresponds to EUR 150 million today. Sitra is independent and autonomous -> operations are funded with the profits of the endowment capital and returns from capital investments. In 2009, Sitra's budget was approximately EUR 54 million. Sitra is managed by MikkoKosonen, its President
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    • 1. Building an intelligent and responsiblenaturalresourceeconomy31.5.2011 Eeva Hellström<br />
    • 2. Natural Resources Report(Dec 2010)Submitted to the Parliamentby the FinnishGovernment<br />How can Finland act <br />strategically, agilely, responsibly and in a forward position ?<br />31/05/2011<br />
    • 3. YetanotherStrategy… Or…. ?<br />ALL RESOURCES<br />31/05/2011<br />NATIONAL AND GLOBAL INSIGHT<br />ALL DIMENSIONS OF <br />SUSTAINABILITY<br />PARTICIPATORY PROCESS<br />
    • 4. Recognisingglobal and inter-sectoralmaterialflows<br />31/05/2011<br />
    • 5. 31/05/2011<br />”By 2050 Finland willbe a responsibleforerunner in the intelligentnaturalresourceeconomy”<br />The naturalresourceeconomy and the relatedexpertise and servicesform a significantsource of addedvalueand well-being<br />Naturalresourcesareutilisedwithhighmaterial and energyefficiency, striving to createclosedmaterialcyclesthatwillreducegreenhousegasemissions, wastes and the threathsfacingecosystemservices<br />Finland’ssecurity of supplyof criticalnaturalresources is assured, withlocalproductionsolutionscreatinglocalwellbeing<br />4. Finland is respectedinternationally for itsexpertise and influence on naturalresourceissues<br />
    • 6. 31/05/2011<br />Examples of sector-specificissues and measures:<br /><ul><li>Bio-economy: centre of expertise, localbiorefining, etc.
    • 7. Mineraleconomy: greenmining, role of the state, etc.
    • 8. Watereconomy: international cooperation, riskevaluation, etc.
    • 9. Ecosystemservices: valuation of ecosystemservices, ownershipissues, etc. </li></li></ul><li>31/05/2011<br />Key areaswherechange is needed:<br />A. The responsible management of naturalresourcepolicies<br />B. Anticipating the future and findinginnovativesolutions<br />C. Enablingstructurs<br />D. Mainstreaming and everydaysolutions<br />Firststeps: <br />1. Managing NR policies<br />2. Implementationprogramme<br />3. National ResourcePanel<br />+ 9 othersteps<br />
    • 10. Expectations for the new Parliament and Government<br />31/05/2011<br />
    • 11. Nextchallenges<br /> CLIMATE AND NATURAL RESOURCE POLICIES<br />31/05/2011<br /> LAND USE AND NATURAL RESOURCE POLICIES<br />Practice<br />Practice<br />Policy<br />Policy<br />
    • 12. The Process at a Glance<br />31/05/2011<br />
    • 13. Building a successful Finland for tomorrowSitra is a change facilitator – a visionary and implementer<br />An independent public fund under the supervision of the Finnish Parliament; responsibilities stipulated in law <br /><ul><li>Established in 1967
    • 14. Endowment capital approximately 700 million
    • 15. Budget approximately 50 million
    • 16. Approximately 120 employees</li></ul>In Finland Sitra promotes:<br /><ul><li>Stable and balanced development
    • 17. Qualitative and quantitative economic growth
    • 18. International competitiveness and co-operation </li>

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