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Statistical graphs and infographics

This page contains statistical graphs and infographics produced in the Biovalley Finland project. The texts of the graphs are in Finnish.

Biovalley network


In Finland, bioeconomy refers to an economy that relies on renewable, biological natural resources in a resource-wise manner to produce food, energy, products and services. The most important renewable, biological resources in Finland are the biomass, i.e. the organic matter, in the forests, soil, fields, water systems and the sea, and fresh water. These are used as raw materials and derivates. Ecosystem services are part of the bioeconomy. The bioeconomy can also include the development and production of technologies, applications and services based on the sustainable exploitation of natural resources. (Reference: The Finnish Bioeconomy Strategy)

Central Ostrobothnia

Circular economy