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PUBLICATION | 5 May 2021
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...
DATASET | 27 April 2021
The Data for Integration (D4I) dataset has been obtained through a spatial disaggregation of statistics of the 2011 Census, collected from National Statistical Institutes. The results of the spatial processing...
PUBLICATION | 6 April 2021
Plant-based options are no longer a novelty on the shelves and in the fridges of supermarkets and discount stores across Europe. But just how big is the market for these foods? This report...
PUBLICATION | 4 December 2020
This report (commissioned by BBNet to NNFCC) introduces the various UK legislation and Government policies which influence the direction and growth of the UK bioeconomy. A brief introduction to industrial biotechnology...
PUBLICATION | 3 March 2020
This report presents the CCC’s (Committee on Climate Change) first ever in-depth advice on UK agricultural and land use policies. The report assesses the way we use...
PUBLICATION | 15 November 2019
This report by the Committee on Climate Change assesses the role of biomass – wood, plants and organic waste – in the global strategy to tackle climate change. Biomass can...
ORGANISATION | 21 June 2019
Forest Research is the Research Agency of the Forestry Commission in the UK, engaged in forestry and tree-related research. The Agency aims to support and enhance forestry and its role in sustainable development...
ORGANISATION | 20 June 2019
NNFCC is a consultancy company, established by the UK Government, whose focal point is the bioeconomy, especially ​in the bioenergy and biofuels markets and the growing biobased products sector. The company...
PUBLICATION | 17 December 2018
The bioeconomy represents the economic potential of harnessing the power of bioscience, using renewable biological resources to replace fossil resources in products, processes and services. This will also reduce...