The sustainability of a sovereign state is built on its environmental, social and governance policies.

From a global perspective, Finland is well equipped for climate change. But what are the means by which Finland aims to reach climate neutrality by 2035? And how wide is the emissions gap, according to latest data, to reach it?

Finland is a highly equal society with a comprehensive social security system, small income differences and skilled labour force. Finland’s key challenge, however, is the demographic change that reduces labour force and weakens the economy’s growth potential. To what kind of reforms is the Government of Finland committed to in employment, public services and in R&D funding to address these challenges?

A new section on our site, Finland and ESG, serves our investors by providing information and follow-up on the Government’s sustainability targets. The section includes short articles, links to various external information sources as well as data, and it is updated regularly.

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