ICABR – The International Consortium on Applied Bioeconomy Research 2022 will take place at the University of Bologna, Italy from July 5 to July 7. It is a unique international consortium of people interested in bioeconomy, agricultural biotechnology, rural development and bio-based economy research. Established in 1998, it is comprised of a core group of scholars representing several research institutions, including CEIS – University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Rutgers University, University of California, Berkeley, Technische Universität München, University of Saskatchewan, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, IFPRI, State University of Campinas – UNICAMP, University of California Davis – UC Davis, University of Missouri, University of Hohenheim, Harvard Kennedy School, Wageningen University, Iowa State University, University of Washington, University of Victoria.
BioMonitor will organize a session at the conference on Julyth from 13:30 – 16:30.
The BioMonitor project will come to an end in 2022. Therefore, it is time to make up the balance and share the output of the project with European stakeholders. On July 7th, during the ICABR conference, BioMonitor will organize an in-person session where the results of BioMonitor will be presented. Stakeholders and researchers will get the chance to discuss the projects’ outcomes.
Presentations during the session will focus on the following subjects:
- An introduction to the BioMonitor project, its scope and outcomes
- The BioMonitor toolbox: a toolbox of models developed to provide information on how the EU bioeconomy operates; it provides an explanation of how the bioeconomy can influence Europe’s sustainability goals
- Integrated scenarios for a sustainable bioeconomy
The session will be dedicated to the Scenarios and Model Results for the EU Bioeconomy. Our speakers will include Myrna van Leeuwen (Wageningen Economic Research), Calliope Panoutsou (Imperial College London), Robert, M’barek (Joint Research Centre, EC), and George Philippidis (Agrifood Research and Technology Centre of Aragón). A number of other members of the BioMonitor consortium will present their contributions in other sessions of the conference.
Papers presented at the ICABR 2022 conference with funding from the European Union are invited to submit their contributions to the special collection of articles on Innovation and Growth in the Bioeconomy in Open Research Europe.
Authors of papers presented at the ICABR 2022 conference are encouraged to submit their papers for a special issue of the European Review of Agricultural Economics on “Bioeconomy Innovation Pipelines and Supply Chain Shocks” edited by Dusan Drabik and Justus Wesseler. The submission deadline is August 30, 2022. More additional information are available at ERAE.
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