BioMonitor upcoming events
Webinar: COVID-19 and the Bioeconomy
- 10 Jul 2020
Webinar - On July 10, the BioMonitor project in partnership with the ICABR had its first webinar which discusses the prominent role of the bioeconomy in the post-COVID-10 economic recovery actions
Marseille, France - 27-30 Apr 2020
Conference - The EUBCE 2020 will expand its discussion towards the bioeconomy in general, other than biomass and conversion of bio-based feedstock.
International Scientific Conference on “Sustainable Bioeconomy Development 2020: From Thinking Globally to Acting Locally”
Kaunas, Lithuania - 23 Apr 2020
Conference - This conference will discuss the many instruments that will support a sustainable bioeconomy in rural areas.
International Conference on Forests for Biodiversity and Climate
Brussels, Belgium - 4-5 Feb 2020
Conference - Will Europe be able to protect its forest and adapt to climate change?
6th Central European Biomass Conference
Graz, Austria - 22-24 Jan 2020
Conference - With the theme, Greening strategies, the conference will unite stakeholders from business, science and politics to talk about the future and impact of biomass
The second BioMonitor expert workshop
Cologne, Germany - 14 Nov 2019
Workshop - The BioMonitor project will have its expert stakeholder workshop focused on data collection methodologies on 14 November 2019 at the Maternushaus in Cologne, Germany.
8th Biocomposites Conference
Cologne, Germany - 14-15 Nov 2019
Conference - The nova institut is organising its 8th Biocomposites Conference in Cologne
Areas of high environmental risk: from the circular bioeconomy to regional strategies for sustainable development
Palermo, Italy - 24 Sep 2019
Workshop - The BioVoices project is inviting local stakeholders in Italy to gather at the city of Palermo to talk about the direction their country needs to take to address its national bioeconomy strategy
European Bioeconomy Scene 2019
Helsinki, Finland - 8-10 Jul 2019
Workshop - The European Bioeconomy Scene conference will raise public's awareness and promote a dialogue between stakeholders on the progress towards a more sustainable bioeconomy.