Blog post: Road to twenty-first-century economics

The Sustainability in Finance Interreg project brings twenty-first-century economics into the class room. Project manager Jani Siirilä from Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences takes a closer look at a framework that redefines economy, the Doughnut model by Kate Raworth. Jani Siirilä wrotes that Kate Raworth (2017) identified different ways to rethink…

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Sustainability in Finance Course ideation in progress

Last week Sustainability in Finance consortium continued Sufi course ideation in Zoom. Haaga-Helia’s teacher Heli Lankinen facilitated interesting online workshop. The workshop participants were divided in to three groups by their competence and interest: Sustainable development and Climate change Sustainable Finance Future Vocational Comperencies Every group had 3 x 20…

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What’s your responsible choice of the day?

Responsible choices help us to build sustainable future. Individuals’ and societies’ everyday choices are essential when creating more sustainable future for the generations to come. In addition, we as educators have a key role in guiding learners in the societal change. New Sustainability in Finance blog text Sustainable future is…

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