In the current context of resource scarcity, global climate change, environmental degradation, and increasing food demand, the circular economy (CE) represents a promising strategy for supporting...
The European bioeconomy is one of the EU’s largest and most important sectors encompassing agriculture, forestry, fisheries, food, bio-energy and bio-based products with an annual turnover of around 2 trillion euro and employing around 18 million people.
The bioeconomy has a huge potential for
- Job creation Climate mitigation and a carbon-neutral future
- Climate mitigation and a carbon-neutral future
- A renewed and strengthened EU industrial base and modernised primary production
- Restoring healthy ecosystems and enhancing biodiversity
Climate regulation strategies based on forest restoration could pose an increase in fire risk, especially under drier and warmer conditions over large regions of Europe...
EU Member States' Social Accounting Matrices with a detailed disaggregation of the bio-economy