The Finnish Committee for IIASA is the National Member Organization (NMO) representing Finland. The Academy of Finland appoints the members of the committee and finances the annual membership fee.
Main areas of collaborations:
Moving Artic research towards a sustainable and inclusive future
Modeling current and future Finnish natural resources
Reaching Finland’s Sustainable Development Goals
Projecting demographic change in Finland
The future of fisheries
Applying systems analysis to economic growth and integration
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13 September 2023
30 August 2023
24 January 2023
30 November 2021 Virtual event
02 October 2023
04 December 2022
28 November 2022
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