The project concentrates on enabling and promoting sustainable urban mobility in Lahti, Finland. Among other measures, such as open mobility data platform and SUMP, the project develops a model for personal carbon trading on mobility and an application for the citizens that enables real-time tracking and visualisation of one’s mobility carbon footprint.
The world’s first national circular economy roadmap was drawn up in Finland in 2016. The roadmap is a strategic instrument for promoting comprehensive change in society.
Lindström offers its customers a wide variety of services, ranging from workwear, mats, restaurants and hotel textiles to industrial wipers and washroom textiles as a regular cost-efficient and sustainable rental service. This allows our customers to focus on their primary business operations and trust the resource-extensive textile service to professionals.
The PuzzlePhone is a concept for a modular smartphone designed for longevity. It’s a phone that is repairable, upgradable, and tailored to meet your style and needs in a sustainable and responsible way.
Think Sustainably is a service which resembles a city guide with sustainability as the main factor. It allows local residents and foreign visitors to make sustainable choices on a daily basis. It filters content from the MyHelsinki.fi website to suggest sustainable services, such as restaurants, shops, sights, events and accommodation.
Whim is an internationally awarded Finnish mobility application that allows you to plan, book and pay for all your trips one trip at a time or with a convenient seasonal order. It combines public transport, city bikes, e-scooters, taxis, ferry tickets and affordable rental cars.