Finlandia Hall’s operating systems are certified according to the ISO 9001 quality system and the ISO 14001 environmental system. Their guidelines are followed in procurement and operations.

Finlandia Hall has made a social commitment to sustainable development in accordance with the goals of Agenda 2030:

  • We measure the carbon footprint of the climate meeting
  • We reduce the amount of biowaste/visited customer/year

We have joined the Climate Partners of the City of Helsinki. The purpose of the network is to draw attention to curbing climate change and implementing a circular economy in the everyday operations of companies.

Finlandia Hall is involved in saving the Baltic Sea and its heritage for future generations. Finlandia Hall wants to be involved in implementing effective and concrete measures to protect the Baltic Sea and has agreed on cooperation with the John Nurminen Foundation. In the foundation’s projects, the state of the Baltic Sea is improved with concrete actions that reduce the load on the sea and environmental risks. The collaboration between Finlandia Hall and the John Nurminen Foundation includes, for example, Organizing Baltic Sea Speaks events and Baltic Sea Day celebrations in Little Finlandia.

We are involved in Think Sustainably service, which helps city dwellers and visitors to Helsinki to choose more sustainable restaurants, visits, brick and mortar shops, accommodation and events.

Read more: Think Sustainably | My Helsinki

The Finlandia Restaurant joined the #TasteLuomu– program in 2015 and is still on the fifth organic stair of the program. Finlandia restaurant has reached *** in Luomua-Restaurant program.

Business Finland has awarded Finlandia Hall the Sustainable Travel Finland STF mark. The Sustainable Travel Finland label is a recognition of commitment and long-term work for sustainable development and responsible operations.

Finlandia Hall is in cooperation with Design District for Finnish design, responsible shopping and urban culture