German Bioeconomy Council
The Bioeconomy Council is an independant advisory body to the German Federal Government. On this website you'll find comprehensive information on bioeconomy, the work and publications of the Council, the office in Berlin, and the latest news on the subject.
Wood in the Bioeconomy - Opportunities and Limits
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
Members of the Council
Global Bioeconomy Summit 2015 Video
The Global Bioeconomy Summit was the first community building platform to discuss bioeconomy policies globally. For this purpose, the German Bioeconomy Council invited more than 850 leaders from policy, research, industry and civil society to Berlin.