Biomonitor model toolbox and the transformation of food systems: the last two BioMonitor policy briefs wrap up the project
- 14 Nov 2022
Food systems, sustainability, and BioMonitor Model Toolbox are all key words that have represented BioMonitor since its inception in 2018. The last two project policy briefs aim to summarise these aspects by focusing on their authors' work specifically.
Wearing wood for a low-carbon life
Article - 09 Nov 2022
Companies in Europe are developing and manufacturing more and more products made of wood. The aim is to find renewable and sustainable alternatives to fossil-based feedstocks to help fight climate change. This is what emerges from a report published by the EU project BioMonitor. But there’s still a long way to go.
What will the future of the bioeconomy look like? BioMonitor shares insights at its final meeting
Press release - 19 Oct 2022
The bioeconomy has gone from strength to strength since the first bioeconomy strategy was published in 2012. But what's the outlook now? BioMonitor partners shared their insights with stakeholders in Brussels earlier this month.
Bioeconomy and carbon neutrality: “Without further investments we will miss the target”
Article - 21 Sep 2022
“Without further investments in the bioeconomy, the net zero emission target will not be met”. Data issued from the EU project Biomonitor point out gaps in the Green Deal and suggest speeding up procedures: “New technologies must be fostered but length and complexity of the European approval process risk discouraging the investors”
The Bioeconomy in light of future development – BioMonitor at ICABR 2022
Press release - 11 Jul 2022
The BioMonitor project, which will end this year, shared its achievements at the International Consortium on Applied Bioeconomy Research – ICABR 2022: a great opportunity to reach its target audiences.
Innovative forest products in the circular bioeconomy
News Post - 21 Jun 2022
BioMonitor partners EFI and SWETREE have just published an open-acess scientific paper based on the work developed within the BioMonitor project.