This paper aims to ensure that the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation’s response to issues arising from the transition to a low carbon circular economy and bioeconomy is informed by a clear evidence-based...
An in-depth bioeconomy potential analysis is the basis for any bioeconomy strategy or roadmap. This analysis is needed to understand the current situation and define barriers and opportunities. The bioeconomy potential of the BE-Rural Open Innovation regions was analyzed with the Self-Assessment Tool (SAT) launched by the European Commission. The SAT is based on eight Key Factors: Long term, stability and availability of feedstock; infrastructure to handle feedstocks and production; access to finance; skilled workforce, technical expertise and training; existence of support institutions; strength and availability of regional markets; entrepreneurship; and Public support policies.
Access to Ireland’s marine data and related information.
To predict how society and political systems might actually respond to warming, upgrade integrated assessment models.