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The Headquarters of the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA) in San Jose, Costa Rica, will host the Latin American Bioeconomy Forum from 20 to 22 November.

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From urban farming to drones, innovation can help fill the gap between production and consumption.
by Fiona Harvey

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At present, there is widespread consensus that climate change and the deterioration of natural resources generate growing challenges and limitations for the world. Current projections regarding populations, income and urbanization predict a sharp increase in the global demand for goods and services.

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The paper summarises the value chains and the main findings from the country case studies supplied to the Secretariat, with specific materials taken from the various workshops that supported the project. The paper was written by Jim Philp and David Winickoff.

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The bio-economy is gaining increasing prominence in the policy debate, with several countries developing bio-economy strategies to decouple economic growth from dependence on fossil fuel, as well a pathway to supporting some of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and commitments under the Paris Climate Agreement.

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This document presents twelve policy initiatives supporting health and the bioeconomy from different OECD countries.