Innovation for a sustainable future

Innovation has never been more important. And we are running out of time. The entire society needs to mobilize for a sustainable development. On this page you can learn more about Vinnova's proposals for the government's research and innovation policy. You will also find in-depth information and analyzes on which the proposals are based.

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Proposals to research and innovation policy

To meet the major societal challenges we face, new knowledge and innovation is needed throughout society. To the government's research policy bill, Vinnova proposes important strategic initiatives to increase the pace of the transition to a sustainable society. Our ability to solve these challenges is crucial for our future as a competitive knowledge nation, for our business and for our welfare.

On October 31, Vinnova submitted both its own response to the Government's research and innovation bill and a joint response together with other authorities.

Read our latest reports and analyzes

Search, download and read our reports and publications. Here you will find the basis for our proposals.

Reports and publications

Initiatives to achieve sustainable development

<p>EU's climate innovation initiative EIT-Climate-KIC are helping cities, businesses and even countries who want to become climate neutral.</p>
<p>Vinnova has appointed an international expert council with three recognized innovation experts who will contribute valuable perspectives and knowledge to Sweden. The Council's work started with a webcast full-day workshop.</p>
<p>Today's challenges are both complex and global, and individual efforts cannot solve poverty or climate change. Changes at the system level are required.</p>
<p>Can properly designed rules help innovations develop? Is it possible to implement socially useful ideas faster if we can adapt the regulations? We think so.</p>

Last updated 10 June 2020

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