Transitioning towards a bioeconomy is a potential game-changer that may have a large impact on food and nutrition security, as well as on the ways in which agri-food systems are designed and operated.
The Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO) is inviting everyone to join their online forum where participants can learn more about the following topics:
- Land and labor market effects of bio-based products
- Land use effects of biomass production
- Trade-offs between sustainable development goals in the bioeconomy
- To own, to share or to cooperate? – social innovations in agrifood systems
- Governance instruments and institutions of the bioeconomy
- Bioclusters and regionalized value chains
- The role of innovation policy in regional economic development
- Economic effects of new bioeconomy crops
- The place of the agricultural sector in the circular bioeconomy
- No limits? – ethical and public debates around sustainability and new (bio)technologies
You have till June 3 to register.