We must develop sustainable primary production and processing systems that can produce more food, fiber and other bio-based products with the goal of fewer inputs, less environmental impact and reduced greenhouse gas emissions. We know that Bioeconomy and Bioinnovation offer unique opportunities in the transition to a society that fights climate change, relies on renewable natural resources and uses resources more efficiently to meet the increasing demand for food and industry.
Bioeconomy is a very broad field that covers primary production such as agriculture, forestry and fisheries, and industries that use/process biological resources such as food, paper, building materials, chemistry, biotechnology and energy. As BilimKoop, we focus on a different area of Bioeconomy every month in the series of conferences we organize in order to raise awareness and draw attention to opportunities in these areas.
If you would like to listen directly from manufacturers, developers, scientists, engineers and designers about fairer and more innovative production methods using less water, less fertilizer, less raw materials and less energy, you are welcome to our monthly BilimKoop: Bioeconomy and Bioinnovation Conferences.