Gender Equality Quality Education Reduced Inequalities SDGs

Algorithmic Bias – the Dark Side of Social Media

In this episode of Sustainability Unwrapped Anna Zhuravleva dives into the topic of algorithmic bias in social media, why it is a sustainability issue and what can be done for a more responsible social media presence together with Associate Professor Mikko Vesa and Doctoral Researcher Anna Maaranen. In the episode we focus on question such […]


Responsible Organising for a Sustainable Future

In this episode of Sustainability Unwrapped, Anna Zhuravleva talks to Janne Tienari, Professor in Management and Organisation and Maria Sandberg, Postdoctoral researcher at Centre for Corporate Responsibility, about Responsible Organising: what it is, how it supports sustainability transitions, and its role as a research area at Hanken. We also get to hear about their co-edited […]

Partnerships for the Goals Responsible Consumption and Production SDGs

A Constructive Critique of Corporate Social Responsibility

In this episode of Sustainability Unwrapped, Anna Zhuravleva explores together with Martin Fougère, Professor in Management and Politics and Nikodemus Solitander, Researcher and Director of the Centre for Corporate Responsibility, the historical emergence of corporate social responsibility (CSR), why it does not lead to transformative change, and in what instances CSR as a concept can […]

Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions Reduced Inequalities SDGs

How Tech Can Support Better Access to Legal Services

Technology in legal design utilizes all kinds of technology to solve legal problems and facilitate work in the legal domain. Creating access and easily understandable legislation through tech can minimize many issues that currently stand. But how can we translate the complex legal language to everyday language? Why is there a need for technology in […]

Climate Action Decent Work and Economic Growth Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure Partnerships for the Goals Responsible Consumption and Production Sustainable Cities and Communities

Textile Reuse And Recycling in Finland. What, When, How?

Did you know we could soon sort used textiles along with the normal waste in Finland? Subsequent to the EU waste directive mandating the member states to establish a separate collection of used textiles by the year 2025, Finland is aiming to start textile collection already by the year 2023 What does this mean and how will it happen?  To reach this goal, Finland will have to develop a network of local textile collectors […]

Life on Land Responsible Consumption and Production Zero Hunger

From Farm to Table: Exploring Alternative Food Networks

The world’s food system account for over one-third of global greenhouse gas emissions caused by human activity according to a recent study, but food´s relationship with sustainable development does of course not end there.  Globalization has had a major impact on food systems around the world according to a report by FAO. It allows giant food corporations to […]

Affordable and Clean Energy Climate Action Decent Work and Economic Growth Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure Responsible Consumption and Production

How can private investors invest responsibly and sustainably? Moving beyond the why!

Sustainability matters for all investors, both private and institutional. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and the impending climate crisis, the interdependence of capital markets, economies, environmental impacts, and social impacts is clearer than ever. In 2019, sustainable investment by institutional investors was USD 30,7 trillion in assets under management in Europe, the United […]