• Bioeconomy has to move up the global policy agenda

    19.04.2018 - The bioeconomy has yet to be appropriately included in international fora on innovation, climate, biodiversity and sustainable development policy. Therefore, bioeconomy needs its own independent global forum. This is what the 700 participants agreed upon at the second Global Bioeconomy Summit 2018 in Berlin. More

  • Global Bioeconomy Summit in Berlin

    11.04.2018 - Around 800 experts from more than 70 countries are expected to participate in the second Global Bioeconomy Summit in Berlin. High-ranking representatives from politics, science, civil society and the business sector will meet from 19 - 20 April to discuss the latest bioeconomy developments. In focus: opportunities and challenges for an increasingly biobased and sustainable economy. More

  • Advancing the Bioeconomy in this Legislative Period

    20.03.2018 - For a long time, Germany was seen as a pioneer in climate protection and especially in building up a biobased economy. The Federal Government's Bioeconomy Council sees indications that Germany will lose this leading position. The Bioeconomy Council appeals to the new Federal Government to once again treat the promotion of the bioeconomy as a cross-departmental core task and to create framework conditions conducive to innovation. More

  • Biologization and digitization of the economy complement each other – the new High-Tech Strategy

    15.05.2017 - The bioeconomy is one of six future topics recommended for Germany’s innovation policy by the prestigious High-Tech Forum. In addition to digitization, the biologization of industry and sustainable development are the key drivers for future progress. More

  • Bioeconomy Council recommends focus areas for research strategy

    24.11.2016 - Today the Bioeconomy Council has handed-over its recommendations for continuing the “National Research Strategy BioEconomy” to State Secretary Dr. Georg Schütte. More

  • Global Agenda Adopted for Sustainable Bioeconomy

    19.04.2016 - Wood is a valuable resource for the bioeconomy and could be used much more efficiently in Germany. This is apparent from an analysis published today by the Biocconomy Council. More

  • Global Agenda Adopted for Sustainable Bioeconomy

    26.11.2015 - At the Global Bioeconomy Summit in Berlin, more than 850 participants from 82 nations set themselves the goal of increasing the involvement of the bioeconomy in sustainable development and the battle against climate change. More

  • First Global Summit on Bioeconomy and Sustainability

    25.11.2015 - The Global Bioeconomy Summit opened in Berlin today eight weeks after negotiations on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals in New York and just one week before the UN Climate Change Conference in Paris. More than 850 delegates from 82 countries have accepted the invitation extended by Germany's Bioeconomy Council to attend this first Global Bioeconomy Summit. More

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