The EU bioeconomy objectives are to manage Europe’s resources sustainably, reduce the dependency on non-renewable resources while strengthening Europe’s competitiveness and creating jobs. This task calls for efforts on all governance level. While most EU Member States have a national bioeconomy strategy, regional strategies can more precisely harness the strengths and potential of EU regions.

A recent study conducted for the Joint Research Centre, by Stephanie Kirchmayr-Novak from OIR and Silke N. Haarich (Spatial Foresight) explores the distribution of regional bioeconomy strategies across European Member States.

Link to the Report

Link to the Dataset

Link to KCB‘s Bioeconomy country dashboard

© ÖIR GmbH, Spatial Forsight

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