Monthly Archives: January 2019

The region of Kotka-Hamina will update the economic strategy

MDI takes part in the update process of the economic strategy for Kotka-Hamina. The current regional economic development strategy 2016–2019 outlines the guidelines for regional economic policy and challenges public and private sector actors to work together to create new jobs and growth. The vision for 2025 defined in the business strategy is summed up … Continue reading The region of Kotka-Hamina will update the economic strategy

MDI spars the next draft of Satakunta’s regional strategy

The regional government, health and social services reform (SOTE) legislation is entering a critical phase. The fate of the reform is now in the hands of the Parliament.  A final decision is expected before the conclusion of current parliamentary session. Future planning at the regional level is in  full swing including the preparation of new … Continue reading MDI spars the next draft of Satakunta’s regional strategy

MDI investigates the reasons for Inkoo’s incoming and outgoing migration

MDI investigates Inkoo’s incoming and outgoing migration which in recent years has become increasingly inclined towards departure. At the same time, changes in people’s housing and location preferences are highlighted. The causes of migratory movements are investigated through outgoing and incoming migration surveys and a review of recent reports. The causes of migration will be … Continue reading MDI investigates the reasons for Inkoo’s incoming and outgoing migration

Nine months on from the innovation camp – the result is new networks, project applications and interesting openings in the nutrient cycle

In April 2018, MDI was involved in the organisation of the Nutrition Recycling Innovation Camp which was part of the Programme to promote nutrient recycling, with the Natural Resources Institute Finland and the Rural Network Support Unit playing lead roles. The camp was tasked with looking for symbiotic solutions to improve nutrient recycling, as well … Continue reading Nine months on from the innovation camp – the result is new networks, project applications and interesting openings in the nutrient cycle