The webinar is an opening to explore the need to build initiatives or mechanisms that can facilitate the transition towards a more sustainable economy based on the intensive use of knowledge,...
We have all heard about the idea of creating circular systems and how they could create sustainable societies. But what would it take to transform our current linear systems into circular ones?...
Deadline 1 March: The first call for LoCoForest – A governance and market oriented approach for for resilient landscapes. Forest landscapes are set to play an increasingly important...
Submit your paper about any bioeconomy-related issue for the virtual Eastern Africa Bioeconomy Conference.
Rapeseed is an oil crop commonly grown in Sweden. The seeds are high in protein, but have a bitter taste and can be toxic. Can this be changed through plant breeding?
Dr. Ivar Virgin, Stockholm Environment Institute
Bioeconomy will play a central role in the transition to a sustainable society. What pathways to a bioeconomy are there? Discuss the options at this seminar.
Practically speaking, bioeconomy is still in its infancy, but it’s already clear that moving into this direction will increase demand for forest-based products. How to avoid adverse impacts?
Researchers are still arguing about the definition of bioeconomy. However, it is an exciting concept that stimulates innovation and resource efficiency with a market value in mind. All essential for sustainable development. Clearly, the bioeconomy pathway will require transparent knowledge sharing, cross-sector collaboration and a novel view on academic research.
The Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) and SIANI are pleased to announce the Call for abstracts for the Agri4D 2017 Conference. The theme of this year's event is Urbanization and Rural Transformation.