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By: CEPAL, FAO, IICA - CEPAL, FAO, IICA
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What is the bioeconomy?

The bioeconomy is a new techno-economic paradigm of production and consumption. The distinctive element of the bioeconomy as a policy framework and a development approach is the fact that biological resources are its material and energy base.

By: Bob Horton - Mary Ann Liebert, Inc.
English

In the bioeconomy, we are well-used to processes involving plants. In the overwhelming majority of cases, plants are the source of biomass from which biobased products are derived, and it is plant biomass that is processed and burned to produce bioenergy.

By: Follador, M., Philippidis, G., Davis, J. and Soares Filho, B - EUROPEAN COMMISSION
English

Potential environmental impacts in Brazil of EU biofuel demand to 2030

By: Katrina Abhold, Holger Gerdes, Zoritza Kiresiewa, Sara Davies - Project BE-Rural
English

This report outlines the conceptual framework of BE-Rural and provides practical guidance to the design and implementation of the five regional Open Innovation Platforms (OIPs) within BE-Rural.

By: Alice Ludvig, Ivana Zivojinovic, and Teppo Hujala
English

Very recently, social innovation has become a subject of investigation in forest research.

By: Viktória Vásáry - Economic and Environmental Studies
English

The European Union’s agriculture, aquaculture, forestry and food industry see significant internal disparities in terms of research and innovation performance to the disadvantage of the CEE countries.