Internationale Holzundstrien stehen von grossen Herausforderungen. Sie denken beispeilweise viel mehr darüber nach, wie Ihre Kunden mit Ihnen integrieren werden. Dann der demografische Wandel wird zum Transfer Grosser Vermögen führen.
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There was a lot o snow at the Loviisa market square February 2010. We made the decision to move further up north after thirteen years in the area.Continue
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The Futurologist Jari Kaivo-oja spoke yesterday in Lapinlahti (Yla-Savvo) about Climate Change 2050 and Energy alternativees. There was an interesting discussion about the transition time management and the change programs needed in Finland to get to the frontline in the areas of 1) bioeconomy, 2) cleantech and 3) digitalization. The challenge is to get SMEs to grow…Continue
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We'd a Lions Club meeting at Ohravaara a few days ago and discussed the upcoming Vuokatti Skiing Event. http://www.vuokatti.fi/en
About two thousands of skiers come to Vuokatti Hiihto every year to enjoy well-groomed trails and spend time with other…Continue
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We discussed Open Innovation and Collaboration with Jos Schuurmans today. How could we help our clients to find their way in the social media landscape?
Quite a few are afraid to take their first step towards the "House of Social Media Terror" ;) even though that's the way every single producer and service provider has to take sooner or later.
Finnish companies are reluctant to speak out while being afraid that their competition will learn to much about their products and…Continue
Tana delivers Waste Management Technology but it's new to me that they also are active in the field of Bioenergy. The company's headquarter is located in Jyväskylä, Finland.
The smart and robust TANA BioChipper is by far the most intelligent mobile…Continue
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We've midsummer in Finland, the weather is nice, sunny, but not very warm. Having a good time in Sotkamo.
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I've been looking at pictures from the Nuclear Powerplant in Loviisa.
This nuclear power plant will be obsoleted in a decade or so. There're no plans to build new ones at Svartholmen, Loviisa.
There's a new nuke under construction in Olkiluoto and another one in Norther Finland. Nuclear power is a controversial issue but Finland is still continuing to…Continue
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I decided today to become a tourist in my own village. I just had to travel from Jataniemi to Vuokatti and see what was going on. The weather was nice, temperature + 12 C, the slopes are still in a perfect condition. My task was to do some photowalking, to make a documentary about Sunday afternoon April 6,…Continue
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Less than a month to the start of the Olympics in Sochi, Russia.
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Biomass from plant material is the most abudant and widespread renewable raw material for sustainable production of clean and affordable biofuels, biopower, and high-value bioproducts.
Picture: Helge V. Keitel, KK-Net, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany (2013)
Lignocellulosic materials from forest, agriculture, set-aside lands or industry, mainly made up of…Continue
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