The bioeconomy contributes to the European Green Deal as a catalyst for systemic change. For the production of fossil-free materials for a climate-neutral future, chemicals and materials biorefineries constitute a key element. However...
A new study from the European Forest Institute provides the first systematic assessment of the potential challenges, possibilities for the future and policy implications for Europe-China forest-based bioeconomy development.
“Innovation ecosystems in the bioeconomy” examines the policy aspects of building the industrial and innovation ecosystems and value chains needed to make a bioeconomy viable as a sustainable means of production. While...
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