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The critical move - Finland's roadmap to the circular economy 2.0

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The national roadmap plots Finland’s route to the circular economy by 2025. Read more: www.sitra.fi/finlandsroadmap

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The critical move - Finland's roadmap to the circular economy 2.0

  1. 1. Funding is running out for our well-being and success, which is based on an economy that wastes natural resources.
  2. 2. We should probably do something.
  3. 3. A circular economy is an economic model of the future, in which natural resources are used within the Earth’s carrying capacity.
  4. 4. Well, in fact 87 % regard it as very important or fairly important that Finland’s transition to a circular economy takes place before year 2025. What do Finns think? Source: Sitra (2019): Awareness study of the circular economy
  5. 5. During the past two years, the circular economy as a term has entered the consciousness of people around the world. The connection between the circular economy and climate control is now better understood. Ten EU Member States have published a national road map or programme of measures. Indicators measuring the progress of the circular economy have been developed around the world. The circular economy has been promoted in administration, and, for instance, Sweden has granted a VAT discount to repair services. The EU has drafted a circular economy package which includes, for instance, a strategy for plastics and 10 key indicators for monitoring the circular economy. Where are we now, world?
  6. 6. In state administration initiatives have emerged, for instance, in the promotion of mobility services and the cycling of nutrients, but there is an overwhelming need for cross-cutting administrative measures. Towns and cities promote significant projects in the circular economy. Finland’s status as a pioneer is internationally recognised. Competition over the best solutions is getting continuously tougher – it is not self-evident that we will stay in the game. Companies are actively implementing the circular economy solution, but only a few sectors are showing signs of a comprehensive change. Where are we now, Finland?
  7. 7. How to change the economy game?
  8. 8. Challenge Funding for well-being is based on an economic model, which wastes natural resources Objective Let’s fund our well-being in a genuinely sustainable manner. Finland’s transition to a circular economy by year 2025. F I N N I S H R O A D M A P T O A C I R C U L A R E C O N O M Y 2 . 0 What was the road map created for? www.sitra.fi/finlandsroadmap 4 strategic goals 4 visions for the key players 29 measures What does the road map contain? Under the leadership of Sitra, together with the stakeholders and Deloitte Mapping the current situation of the circular economy 25 specialist interviews 110 participants in the workshops 350 ideas and comments
  9. 9. Strategic goals towards a circular economy in Finland 1. Renewal of the foundations of competitiveness and vitality. 2. Transfer to low-carbon energy. 3. Natural resources are regarded as scarcities. 4. Everyday decisions working as driving force for change. Source: Sitra (2019): Finnish road map to a circular economy 2.0
  10. 10. Key players in the circular economy CITIZENSENTERPRISES MUNICIPALITIES AND CITIES STATE ADMINISTRATION
  11. 11. MUNICIPALITIES AND CITIES STATE ADMINISTRATION Cooperation between ministries to promote more effective circular economy work. Towns are accelerating the progress towards a circular economy by activating the regional operators and producing the best possible framework for the promotion of the circular economy.
  12. 12. ENTERPRISES CITIZENS A customer-centred approach, overuse of natural resources, climate change and the development of technology are shifting business operations towards a circular economy. A shared use of goods, renting and reuse are becoming more popular.
  13. 13. How important is the role of different operators in the promotion of a circular economy in Finland? 92% municipalities and cities 92% enterprises 90% state administration 88% research and educational institutions 86% citizens 86% European Union 86% media 82% organisations Source: Sitra (2019): Awareness study of the circular economy The proportion of respondents who replied “a very significant or fairly significant role”:
  14. 14. Sustainable Lifestyles Commitment of the Prime Minister’s Office SYKE and Motiva promote the sharing of good practices in the municipal networks Circular Economy Municipality of the Year competition of the Association of Finnish Local and Regional Authorities and SYKE Business Finland and the Ministry for Foreign Affairs make the circular economy a part of Finland’s national image Sustainable Lifestyles Commitment of the Prime Minister’s Office. SYKE and Motiva promote the sharing of good practices in the municipal networks. Circular Economy Municipality of the Year competition of the Association of Finnish Local and Regional Authorities and the Finnish Environment Institute (SYKE). Business Finland and the Ministry for Foreign Affairs make the circular economy a part of Finland’s country image.
  15. 15. The Finnish National Agency for Education contributes to the development of learning materials related to the circular economy. Avanto Ventures’, Sitra’s and Nordic Innovation’s LOOP Ventures business programme. Optional agreements in the public and private sector piloted by the ministries. The new investment programme of Tesi (Finnish Industry Investment Ltd) for enterprises involved in the circular economy business. The Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, Ministry of the Environment and Sitra bring impact investing to the circular economy.
  16. 16. sitra.fi/finlandsroadmap

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