Learn more about the development of a sustainable and circular bioeconomy in the South Baltic Region (SBR)
The final conference aims to increase knowledge transfer to SMEs and build their innovative capacity in relation to the development of a circular and sustainable bioeconomy in the SBR. Based on biological resources within the region, new innovative agro-industrial value-chains will be proposed to attendees through pre-feasibility studies, innovation programmes, business cases, implementation models and much more. The conference will also discuss key drivers for the bioeconomy, such as cascading, circularity and utilization of biological by-products, residuals and waste in the SBR.
FNR is part of the project team and will present workpackage 6 results at the conference: Recommendations to enable the transition towards a sustainable Bioeconomy in the South Baltic Area.
The agenda can be downloaded here.
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The BioBIGG project “Bioeconomy in the South Baltic Area: Biomass-based Innovation and Green Growth” is funded by the Interreg Baltic Sea Region Programme, co-funded by the European Union fund ERDF.
FNR contact person: Valerie Sartorius