A common and robust knowledge base for a sustainable and circular bioeconomy.
Global challenges, such as climate change and land and ecosystem degradation, coupled with growing demands for food and energy, force us to find new ways of producing and consuming. A sustainable and circular bioeconomy helps address these challenges. To develop a sustainable and circular bioeconomy, policies must be evidence-based and coherent across different sectors. For this, we need a common and robust knowledge base.
Here is where the European Commission’s Knowledge Centre for Bioeconomy comes into play:
- Identifying and filtering relevant information and making it accessible.
- Bringing together researchers, policymakers and other experts in the field.
- Analysing, synthesising and communicating available evidence.
- Enhancing the knowledge base for policymaking.
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