Shirts made of wood, bioplastics from the 3D printer, plates made of wheat gluten, algae for wastewater treatment. The product range of the bioeconomy is wider than the eye can see. But how does a tree become a piece of clothing? Where do the resources come from? Is the bioeconomy a lever towards a sustainable and climate-friendly economy and how does the concept of the bioeconomy fit with the circular economy?
This interactive webinar gives you the opportunity to get in touch with experts from different research areas and ask them questions that you have been looking for an answer to for a long time. You can ask your questions when you register!
Martin Greimel, Head of the Center for Bioeconomy at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienn
Registration is free. This webinar is a joint event of the Eco-Social Forum and the Center for Bioeconomy at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences.
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