Be the progress toward sustainability

Finland | 10-14 June 2024


Get your ticket today for the Sustainability Research + Innovation Congress 2024
in collaboration with Sustainability Science Days

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The top sustainability science and innovation event of 2024 is a collaboration between the Sustainability Research and Innovation Congress (SRI), and Finland’s Sustainability Science Days (SSD).

With a shared mission to achieve a knowledge-based sustainability transformation, the two leading sustainability science events are coming together this June.

The week-long event, SRI/SSD2024, will bring together 2000+ participants from more than 100 countries online and in-person to both Aalto University in Espoo and University of Helsinki in Finland.

SRI/SSD2024 will bring together 2000+ participants from more than 100 countries online and in-person with events on both campuses in Helsinki and Espoo

Join 2000+ participants from more than 100 countries:








Shaping the


SRI/SSD2024 Themes:

1. Green Transitions

This theme provides an opportunity to explore the changing landscape and attitudes towards living in harmony with nature.

2. Transforming Technologies and the Future of Work

This theme highlights both the technological advances that hope to improve our world and the systems that foster, support, and consume the realization of those technological applications.

3. Living on the Frontlines of Change – The Arctic and Beyond

This theme invites contributions about the polycrises facing many communities, the considerations and challenges to adapting in place, and pathways forward for minimizing conflict, increasing community and personal resilience, and ensuring safe, healthy, productive, and fulfilling living conditions for future generations.

4. Powering the World

Transitions to renewable and clean energy sources offer only a near-term option to reduce dependency on hydrocarbon and coal-based fuels until transformative alternatives would potentially become available. This shift, whether in the form of wind, solar, geothermal, wave, or other energy sources, presents several systemic opportunities but also challenges beyond just progressive technological advancements.



Please note the Program Overview is tentative and is subject to change.