How We Operate

Metsähallitus works on the principle of co-operation, openness and interaction with all parties interested in the use of state-owned land. The interactive approach helps minimize conflicts and achieve solutions that are well founded and widely accepted.

It is vital to coordinate the land use needs related to wind power with other forms of land use, and the overall responsibility for achieving this objective rests with Metsähallitus as the manager of state-owned areas. We believe that wind power construction should take place without causing unnecessary damage to nature and the environment.

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Code of Conduct

Our wide in-house knowledge of local nature and environmental values, species conservation programs as well as other local activities helps us to identify the critical stakeholders in the early phase of project development.

  • Metsähallitus works on the principle of co-operation, openness and interaction with all parties interested in the use of state-owned land
  • Wide and deep in-house knowledge of environmental and nature values as well as local activities helps us to identify the critical stakeholders early on
  • Close co-operation and early inclusion of local stakeholders is in the core of our wind power project development business
  • Metsähallitus and its suppliers are engaged to our code of conduct principles