The conference served as a platform to present and discuss the considerations emerging from the study “Bioeconomy: Support to Policy for Research and Innovation”.
The overall objective of the study “Bioeconomy: Support to Policy for Research and Innovation” is to provide a range of new information and analyses on three distinct but related topics comprising:
- Full Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of case studies comparing bio-based with fossil based products
- EU success stories, with insights on the bio-based sector and the investment potential it offers
- Top emerging bio-based products, their properties and industrial applications
- European Environment Agency
- Utrecht University
- European Commission
- University of Bologna
Who is Bio-on?
Impact Corona on Bioplastics
Woodly, Plastic-Free Masks, Plastic Tax, UK and US Survey, Biodegradable War and Spain
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