The exam addresses, among other things, how responsibility for combating climate change is shared between the state and companies. Research funding and the potentially inequitable effects of climate change will also be discussed.
15:21 | Updated 18:15
Five the leaders of the largest parliamentary party will meet for a climate-related exam today, Wednesday, starting at 6.15pm. HS shows the exam live and follows it moment by moment.
The exam is organized by Helsingin Sanomat and Aalto EE In connection with the economic defense course. Aalto EE is a company owned by Aalto University that provides management coaching and development services.
The Prime Minister will take part in the debate Sanna Marin (sd), Minister of Finance Annika Saarikko (Central), Vice-Chair of the Greens Atte Harjanne as well as opposition leaders Petteri Orpo (kok) and Riikka Purra (ps). Party leaders are examined by Aalto University students Elina Rauvala and Milja Leinonen.
Editing 13.10. at 16.04: The Greens will be represented in the exam by Atte Harjanne, Vice-Chairman, instead of Maria Ohisalo.
With an economic defense course discussed corporate responsibility earlier Wednesday. Read the full moment-by-moment tracking of the event here:
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