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Il prossimo 24 settembre si terrà a Palermo l'evento dal titolo "Aree ad elevato rischio ambientale: dalla bioeconomia circolare alle strategie regionali per lo sviluppo sostenibile". L'evento - organizzato da CNR, dai progetti CISAS e BIOVOICES, in collaborazione con ARPA - ha l'obiettivo di individuare raccomandazioni per una nuova gestione delle aree a rischio a livello nazionale e per uno sviluppo regionale in linea con le strategie europee di innovazione. Insieme - società civile, industria, ricerca e politica - saranno promotori di una visione territoriale volta alla tutela dell’ambiente, degli ecosistemi e della salute per uno sviluppo sostenibile.

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From 1 Aug 2019 10:30:00 GMT1 to 1 Aug 2019 15:30:00 GMT1

In this MML participants learnt about bio-based building products and challenges and brainstormed about potential solutions. First Fred van der Burgh explained Biobased Building developments, Esther Stapper informed us on ' new ' biobased building materials and Ad Vlems spoke about his ecovillage Boekel with room to experiment with biobased materials and to solve the SDGs.

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Netherlands

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PROMOTE CHANGES IN PURCHASE HABITS INCREASE THE ADOPTION The role of communication and education in promoting circular and sustainable bioeconomy On the 8th of July in Helsinki will take place an MML on "The role of communication and education in promoting circular and sustainable bioeconomy". The workshop will bring together EU funded projects, European Platforms and Networks, Member states networks, together with quadruple helix stakeholders dealing with communication and awareness raising, to support the European Bioeconomy Strategy through communication activities. The workshop will promote the discussion and sharing of lessons learned and best communication practices, formats and channels; successful activities, multipliers to be involved; messages and arguments to be used (in terms of style, scope, terminology), etc. The workshop will facilitate the creation of synergies to maximise the opportunities and impact of bioeconomy communication at national and European Level. This is a satellite event of the Bioeconomy Conference "European Bioeconomy Scene 2019", which will take place on 9th of July, in order to achieve an inclusive and sustainable bioeconomy for Europe. The registration to the workshop is free of charge, but requested. Please use the button on this page to register.

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Meritullinkatu

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Finland

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Die Europäische Union hat erkannt, dass unsere Gesellschaften über die Tragfähigkeit der planetarischen Grenzen hinaus produzieren und konsumieren. Um dem zu begegnen hat sie Strategien entworfen, um die europäische Produktion und den Konsum kreisläufiger und klimafreundlicher gestalten zu können. Eine dieser Strategien ist die Bioökonomie, welche, neben den erhofften Umwelteffekten auch Innovation und Wachstum bringen soll. Auch in Deutschland rückt die Bioökonomie zunehmend in den Mittelpunkt der Debatte um nachhaltige Produktion und Konsum. Trotzdem spielen bio-basierte Produkte und Dienstleistungen nach wie vor nur eine geringe Rolle. Der Anteil an, in der Bioökonomie Beschäftigten in Deutschland, lag 2015 bei rund 7% und der an der Wertschöpfung bei rund 5% - je nach Berechnungsmethode. Welche Lösungen braucht es also um den Anteil bio-basierte und zirkulärer Produkte in Deutschland und in Europa zu erhöhen? Welche Produkte und Produkteigenschaften wollen die Verbraucher? Welche Innovationen können entwickelt werden und welche Forschungs- und Kommunikationsstrategien sind dafür zielführend? Welche Rolle spielen dabei lokale Wertschöpfungsketten und lokale Märkte? Und welche Rahmenbedingungen braucht es seitens des Bundes um diese zu stärken? Der vom ICLEI Europasekretariat (Partner im BIOVOICES Projekt) und der Stadt Sigmaringen (Koordinator AlpBioEco Projekt) co-organisierte Workshop richtete sich an Akteure aus Wirtschaft, Politik, Wissenschaft und Zivilgesellschaft mit dem Ziel, multi-perspektivische Lösungsansätze, (Projekt)Ideen und Politikempfehlungen zu den genannten Herausforderungen zu diskutieren. Im Besonderen, diente der Workshop dazu einen Austausch zu guten Beispielen hinsichtlich der Schaffung neuer Wertschöpfungsketten, etwa aus Biomüll, Gartenabfällen, Ernterückständen,maritimen Materialen und/oder Insektenprotein (inklusive Ausstellung einschlägiger Produkte) – auch durch grüne und innovative öffentliche Beschaffungsinitiativen, ermöglichen sowie wesentliche Elemente eines veränderten regulativen Rahmens zur Förderung solcher Wertschöpfungsketten – von der Rohstoffproduktion-/beschaffung über Zertifizierung bis hin zum Verkauf zu identifizieren. Als Teil des Workshops fand auch eine Produktschau statt. Interessierte Aussteller biobasierter Produkte und Servies hatten hier die Gelegneheit ihre Produkte zu präsentieren, zu diskutieren und sich auszutauschen. Registrierung: https://form.jotformeu.com/91542271286357

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Representatives from the stakeholder groups with the hands-on knowledge and willingness to contribute input and experience from their own perspectives, will engage to: 1. Identify the Challenges preventing progression & development of the UK’s bio-based sectors and products? [to be discussed across all phases of development] 2. Focus on the Opportunities for the development of the UK Bio-based sector? [to be discussed across all phases of development] 3. Share the Success Factors from their experience & knowledge of bio-based sectors and products [come prepared to share your insights] 4. Agree Top level points to progress the UK Bio-based sector [across all phases of development and to be shared at national and European level meetings]

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Colney Lane

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From plants to bio-based products: The challenges to & opportunities for development & scale-up BIOVOICES Regional Mobilisation and Mutual Learning (MML) Workshop: Aberystwyth, Wales, UK. 19th June 2019 Description of event: The BEACON MML workshop will discuss the bio-based sector as a whole with specific focus on the policy environment, incentives and practical actions taking place in Wales. Aims of BEACON’s MML workshop: Representatives from the four stakeholder groups as identified above, each with the hands-on knowledge and willingness to contribute input and experience from their own perspectives to: 1. Identify and agree the key challenges to the wider uptake of bio-based sectors and products across their areas of interest; 2. discuss and identify how best to address these key challenges in partnership with all stakeholders to aid the progression of the uptake of bio-based products across the UK The invited attendees across the four groups will hear from allied and interested stakeholders, enabling discussion of the challenges impacting on the bio-based product development stages – start-up/business case, go to market, market acceleration – and identify the common issues that inhibit the realisation of bio-based alternatives. Attendees will then have the opportunity to combine their connected thoughts on the required steps to help overcome these challenges, as well as identifying the support their sector or product will require, and what they can also offer to drive progress.

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ENHANCE LOCAL BIOECONOMY STRATEGIES AND ACTION PLANS Biomass & Farms – Agricultural and forestry biomass as innovation boost for small scale farms BIOVOICES Regional Mobilisation and Mutual Learning (MML) Workshop: Lisboa, Portugal At EUBCE 2019 (http://www.eubce.com/), the Biobridges and BIOVOICES projects will be running interactive sessions with the audience in order to: 1. Identify local needs and gaps for the creation of agricultural waste/forestry biomass value chains and identify the bottlenecks in Portugal 2. Propose standardized solutions to be adapted to the case/s identified in the previous session (i.e.: creation of a highly qualified regional/national Working Group embracing municipalities’ representatives) 3. Create a Position Paper (based on the identified needs/gaps and proposed solutions/activities): participants willing to participate in the interactive sessions, will be asked to share their email address with the projects. A temporary mailing list will be created and subsequently asked for the signing of the document. The higher expertise and critical mass of the signatories, the more effective aftermaths. AGENDA 10:15 – 10:30: Welcome and registration 10:30 – 10:40: Introduction to the BIOVOICES and Biobridges project LOBA, coordinator of Biobridges and partner of BIOVOICES 10:40 – 11:00: Current status of Portuguese agriculture: strengths, weaknesses and opportunities for small farms in Portugal LOBA, coordinator of Biobridges and partner of BIOVOICES 11:00 – 11:30: Introducing small farms into sustainable circular value chains: The experience of LIPOR and their organic farming fertiliser NUTRIMAIS LIPOR, entity responsible for the waste management of 8 municipalities (Espinho, Gondomar, Maia, Matosinhos, Porto, Póvoa de Varzim, Valongo and Vila do Conde) 11:30 – 12:00: Interactive session with Mentimeter 12:00 – 12:15: Conclusions and future steps for the follow up To attend this event please make a REGULAR CONFERENCE REGISTRATION for at least the day of the event: http://www.eubce.com/registration.html

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Praça das Indústrias

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Portugal

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Die Europäische Union hat erkannt, dass unsere Gesellschaften über die Tragfähigkeit der planetarischen Grenzen hinaus produzieren und konsumieren. Um dem zu begegnen hat sie Strategien entworfen, um die europäische Produktion und den Konsum kreisläufiger und klimafreundlicher gestalten zu können. Eine dieser Strategien ist die Bioökonomie, welche, neben den erhofften Umwelteffekten auch Innovation und Wachstum bringen soll. Auch in Deutschland rückt die Bioökonomie zunehmend in den Mittelpunkt der Debatte um nachhaltige Produktion und Konsum. Trotzdem spielen bio-basierte Produkte und Diensleistungen nach wie vor nur eine geringe Rolle. Der Anteil an in Bioökonmie-Sektoren Beschäftigten in Deutschland liegt bei rund 10% und der Anteil der Wertschöpfung am BIP bei rund 7% - je nach Berechungsmethode. Interessierte Vertreter und Schlüsselakteure aus dem Bioökonomiesektor in Deutschland diskutierten vor diesem Hintergrund die folgenden Kernfragen: Welche Lösungen braucht es also um den Anteil bio-basierte und zirkulärer Produkte in Deutschland und in Europa zu erhöhen? Welche Produkte und Produkteigenschaften wollen die Verbraucher? Welche Innovation können entwickelt werden und welche Forschungs- und Kommunikationsstrategien sind zielführend? Welche Rolle spielen dabei lokale Wertschöpfungsketten und lokale Märkte? Und welche Rahmenbedingungen braucht es seitens des Bundes? Der Workshop wurde gemeinsam mit den EU Projekten Biobridges und BLOOM organisiert.

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Reuterstraße

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53113

Germany

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Challenges addressed by the workshop: Boost local deployment, Enhance local action plans The workshop aims to identify opportunities offered by the Bioeconomy, with a particular emphasis on its bio-based component, for the interregional development of Italy, Slovenia and Croatia. The focus will be on enhancing those value chains of rural areas able to generate potential investments for and in collaboration with the bio-based industries. The workshop will be organized in two sessions. During the first part, case studies representing the regions involved will be presented, providing ideas and practical examples to stimulate discussion during the next session. In the second session, the Quadruple Helix stakeholders will work in a participatory way on the challenges, opportunities and barriers to promote the interregional development. The discussion, the exchange of ideas and best practices will contribute to the elaboration of practical recommendations that will feed the dialogue between the main actors of this field at European level.

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