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From 22 Apr 2021 08:00:00 GMT1 to 22 Apr 2021 11:00:00 GMT1

Europe is building a “different world” for the future generations, promoting a more sustainable consumption, production and lifestyle, through the Green Deal policies and the initiatives supporting bioeconomy, in particular the 2018 updated Bioeconomy Strategy. Despite these efforts, the large public is often unaware of the bioeconomy related terminologies, the bio-based applications in every-day’s life and the technologies behind the innovations produced by the bio-based research and industry. The HORIZON 2020 project BIOVOICES (www.biovoices.eu) has implemented in 40 months a number of activities to respond to these challenges in order to increase awareness of the environmental, social and economic benefits of sustainable and circular bioeconomy and its sectors, in particular bio-based sectors among citizens. BIOVOICES outcomes and activities will continue in the Transition2BIO project, aiming at promoting the successful transition towards a more sustainable consumption, production and lifestyle. Event address for attendees: https://agenziapromozionericercaeuropea.webex.com/agenziapromozionericercaeuropea/onstage/g.php?MTID=e7b1976ffb8515f40136833d4afa1bfb7

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It is essential to create awareness about bio-based products among the youngest people, who will be the citizens of the future, and even more, among the children whose ethics are being formed at this age. Giving them a better understanding of bioeconomy and bio-based products is key to the future of these disciplines, and their way of dealing with waste in homes, or when demanding non-fossil-based products. We therefore believe that it is essential to reach out to schoolchildren to give them the necessary knowledge about bio-based products and to show them how important they are in terms of sustainability. The main activity of the event was to generate an interactive workshop with the students teaching them what are the processes and results of biotechnology to obtain better products. This interactive workshop used bio-based products, explaining their origin, where they have been obtained, why these products are necessary, bringing this discipline in a friendly and easy way to understand. We also had a mural where key questions were asked and children were able to expose their knowledge, what they had learned, how they defined bioeconomy and bio-based products, if they believed that bio-based products are important for their future, if they could recognize them in a supermarket, if they preferred them to others, how they would communicate, etc. The final objective was to bring bio-based products closer to the youngest ones, and to generate awareness around them, to see them as a more sustainable product and equal in quality than those they already know, and to see the need to use these products ahead of those that are fossil-based.

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From 17 May 2019 09:00:00 GMT1 to 17 May 2019 12:00:00 GMT1

Spain has 26% of the world surface of olive tree and generates 38% of the volume of oil, reason why it is the country with greater extension and production. The olive tree is a crop deeply rooted in Spain as part of its historical and cultural tradition, but it is also a great economic booster, generating between 25 and 48 million (according to different consulted sources) of annual wages. Not only is it an essential part of the landscape, it is also a key environmental element since it contributes to the maintenance of Mediterranean ecosystems and, therefore, of large areas in our country. For this reason, ASEBIO with the collaboration of BLOOM project, has prepared a workshop where we can join the principal stakeholders (industry, researchers, administration and consumers) interested in collaborate to innovate, promote and sell different products coming from the olive tree. ______________________________________________________________________________ ASEBIO y ceiA3 organizarán dentro de la Feria Expoliva 2019 un taller MML (Movilización y Aprendizaje Mutuo). Este taller gratuito tiene como fin reunir a los principales agentes del sector (investigadores, empresas, sociedad civil y administración) para debatir entorno a la bioeconomía, los bioproductos y su divulgación y difusión a los consumidores y su comercialización. Creando conocimiento en torno a estos y potenciando la colaboración intersectorial en el marco de los proyectos financiados por la Comisión Europea BIOVOICES, (Num:774331), BIOBRIDGES (Num:792236) y BLOOM (Num: 773983)

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Carretera Granada

23003

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From 30 Jan 2020 13:00:00 GMT-12 to 30 Jan 2020 17:00:00 GMT-12

CHANGES IN PURCHASE HABITS - BOOST LOCAL DEPLOYMENT Due to the lack of awareness regarding the opportunities that bioeconomy offers, Lazio Innova and the BIOVOICES project, in the context of the Startupper School Academy, organized a workshop with twofold objective: - Train teachers and tutors on bioeconomy as multipliers - Encourage schools to join the special "Bioeconomy" award The special "Bioeconomy" prize, created by Lazio Innova in collaboration with the BIOVOICES project, Novamont and the European Bioeconomy Network, aims to raise awareness of students towards a more sustainable economic model that uses renewable resources as an alternative to those fossils. The winning project must pay particular attention to the entire life cycle of the product, from the use of raw materials of biological origin (vegetable or animal, with particular attention to the raw materials currently considered waste), to sustainable production, up to disposal (end of life), with a view to circular bioeconomy. During the workshop were presented several opportunities offered by the Bioeconomy sectors and different tools to inform, promote and involve the students, that will compete for the special "Bioeconomy" prize and will be engaged in prototyping a Bio-based product. The main goal of the workshop was to raise awareness on bioeconomy and info-educate teachers and tutors as multipliers of knowledge, in order to contribute to the bio-based products adoption. The meeting took place in the “Spazio Attivo of Roma Casilina”, in live connection with the other 5 “Spazi Attivi” of the Lazio Region (Viterbo: 4 participants; Civitavecchia: 4 participants; Rieti: 4 participants; Bracciano: 2 participants; Colleferro: 5 participants; Roma: 14 participants). The “Spazi Attivi” of the Lazio Region are collaborative spaces where everyone, citizens, startups, businesses and local authorities, participate in the growth of the territory.

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Via Casilina

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Roma

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IMPROVE RESOURCES TO ENHANCE BUSINESS CASES - BOOST LOCAL DEPLOYMENT Maker Faire Academy - The economy of the sea: valorisation of marine resources. Balance between environmental protection and economic and social development needs. The sea represents for the Italian territory a great opportunity for growth and economic and social development through the enhancement of the marine ecosystem. The balance between environmental protection and the needs of economic and social development are essential for a sustainable development. In the context of the Mini Maker Faire, BIOVOICES in collaboration with Biobridges and MISTRAL projects organized a regional MML workshop entitled “The economy of the sea: valorisation of marine resources. Balance between environmental protection and economic and social development needs.” The Mini Maker Faire is an initiative organized by Maker Faire Rome and Lazio Innova. A cycle of 7 free training and in-depth meetings dedicated to makers, companies and aspiring entrepreneurs, to develop technological skills. Thursday 26 September from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm, a Mini Maker Faire on the economy of the sea will be held at the Spazio Attivo of Latina. In the first part of the day the speakers of the most important realities, including Marevivo, CNR, Legambiente Terracina, Biobridges and BIOVOICES projects will share their good practices, research, ideas, projects and solutions by presenting an overview of the policies, strategies, action plans, technological infrastructures and financial instruments. In the second part of the day, through the testimonies of speakers of the most important realities protagonists of best practices including Enea, SEADS and Mermazing, we will talk about biodiversity conservation, sustainable development, enhancement and promotion of marine protected areas, fight against pollution and to illegal fishing and environmental education to finally address, through the involvement of all the participants, challenges, opportunities and barriers to promote territorial development. To register click HERE Info and reservations: fablablatina@lazioinnova.it – tel 0660516861 ============================================================================= Maker Faire Academy - L'economia del mare: valorizzazione delle risorse marine, equilibrio tra tutela ambientale ed esigenze di sviluppo economico e sociale L’Italia, con le sue tante coste e i suoi mari, non è esente dal marine litter, anzi, è uno dei Paesi che meno cura la salute delle acque. Il mare rappresenta per il territorio Italiano una grande opportunità di crescita e sviluppo economico e sociale attraverso la valorizzazione dell’ecosistema marino. L’equilibrio tra la tutela ambientale e le esigenze di sviluppo economico e sociale sono indispensabili per uno sviluppo sostenibile. In occasione delle Mini Maker Faire che si svolgeranno presso i singoli “Spazio Attivo” di Lazio Innova avrà luogo il workshop dal titolo “L’economia del mare: valorizzazione delle risorse marine, equilibrio tra tutela ambientale ed esigenze di sviluppo economico e sociale”. Le Mini Maker Faire sono un’ iniziativa organizzata da Maker Faire Rome e Lazio Innova. Un ciclo di 7 incontri formativi e di approfondimento gratuiti dedicati ai makers, alle imprese e agli aspiranti imprenditori, per sviluppare competenze tecnologiche in ambito Impresa 4.0. Gli incontri, della durata di circa 3 ore, si svolgono presso gli Spazi Attivi della Regione Lazio dal 23 al 30 settembre 2019. Giovedì 26 Settembre dalle ore 9:00 alle ore 13:00, si terrà presso lo spazio attivo di Latina una Mini Maker Faire sull’economia del mare. Nella prima parte della giornata gli speaker delle più rilevanti realtà, tra cui Marevivo, il CNR e Legambiente Terracina, vengono chiamati a raccontare le loro buone pratiche, ricerche, idee, progetti e soluzioni presentando una panoramica delle politiche, strategie, piani d’azione, infrastrutture tecnologiche e strumenti finanziari. Nella seconda parte della giornata, attraverso le testimonianze di speaker delle più rilevanti realtà protagoniste di best practices tra cui Enea, SEADS e Decomar, parleremo di conservazione della biodiversità, sviluppo sostenibile, valorizzazione e la promozione delle aree marine protette, lotta all’inquinamento e alla pesca illegale e educazione ambientale per affrontare infine, attraverso il coinvolgimento di tutti i partecipanti, sfide, opportunità e barriere per promuovere lo sviluppo territoriale. Per registrarsi: https://www.eventbrite.it/e/biglietti-leconomia-del-mare-la-valorizzazione-delle-risorse-marine-65660029917 Info e prenotazioni: fablablatina@lazioinnova.it – tel 0660516861

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Via Carlo Alberto

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04100

Latina

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ENHANCE LOCAL BIOECONOMY STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLANS Bioeconomy as an opportunity to boost local development based on territorial resources Il 9 aprile 2019 si tenuto a Biella il Mobilization and Mutual Learning (MML) Workshop dal titolo “La Bioeconomia come opportunità di rilancio territoriale basato sulle risorse locali”, organizzato dai progetti BBI JU e Horizon 2020 Biobridges e BIOVOICES, in collaborazione con Camera di Commercio Biella e Vercelli, CNR, European Bioeconomy Network, Chimica Verde Bionet, Onda Verde Civica e il progetto BIOPEN. La giornata si proponeva come obiettivo quello di stimolare e facilitare la collaborazione tra stakeholders per la creazione di piani d’azione condivisi, per promuovere lo sviluppo regionale basato sulle risorse territoriali del Piemonte, con particolare attenzione al tessile ma non solo. Più di 30 speaker hanno presentato le loro buone pratiche, ricerche, idee, progetti e soluzioni per stimolare la discussione pomeridiana nella quale gli stakeholder della Quadruple Helix si sono confrontati sulle sfide, le opportunità e le barriere per promuovere uno sviluppo territoriale. La prima parte della giornata ha presentato una panoramica delle politiche, strategie, piani d’azione, infrastrutture tecnologiche e strumenti finanziari a sostegno della bioeconomia. Successivamente si sono affrontati, attraverso il coinvolgimento delle realtà più significative e innovative, i seguenti temi: • L’industria tessile del futuro. Le opportunità rappresentate dalla bioeconomia circolare per il rilancio dell’industria tessile in chiave sostenibile. • Non solo tessile: Opportunità e sfide per lo sviluppo territoriale integrato in chiave Green ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ On the 9th of April 2019 was held in Biella the Mobilization and Mutual Learning (MML) Workshop entitled "Bioeconomy as an opportunity to boost local development based on territorial resources", organized by the Horizon 2020 BIOVOICES and Biobridges projects, in collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce of Biella and Vercelli, CNR National Research Council, the European Bioeconomy Network, Chimica Verde Bionet, Onda Verde Civica and the BIOPEN project. The workshop aim was to stimulate and facilitate the collaboration between stakeholders for the creation of shared action plans, to promote regional development, based on Piedmont territorial resources, with particular attention to the textiles industry. More than 30 actors presented their good practices, research, ideas, projects and solutions to stimulate the afternoon discussion in which the Quadruple Helix stakeholders discussed the challenges, opportunities and barriers to promote territorial development. The first part of the day presented an overview of policies, strategies, action plans, technological infrastructures and financial instruments to support the bioeconomy. Subsequently, the following topics addressed through the involvement of the most significant and innovative realities: • The textile industry of the future. Opportunities represented by the circular bioeconomy for the re-launch of the textile industry in a sustainable key. • Beyond textiles: Opportunities and challenges for integrated territorial development in a Green key

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Via Corradino Sella

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13900

Biella

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