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marzo 20, 2019

The BLOOM Competition “Teach bioeconomy!” opens on the 25th of March

The BLOOM project – Boosting European Citizens’ Knowledge and Awareness of Bioeconomy Research and Innovation launches its “Teach bioeconomy!” competition for STEM teachers on the 25th […]
marzo 19, 2019

Getting to grips with the bioeconomy with Swedish stakeholders

What is the bioeconomy? Is it always climate-friendly? Does it mean the sustainable use of natural resources? What are renewable resources and bio-based production? Does the […]
marzo 15, 2019

The Bioeconomy as an answer to the plastic pollution crisis in packaging?

  Based on prior co-creation activities, the Austrian-German Hub conducted a co-creation workshop on the role of the bioeconomy in sustainable packaging (alternatives) on January 16th in Vienna. […]
marzo 14, 2019

New bioproducts and bioenergy interested a wide audience in Petäjävesi

66 participants gathered into auditorium Miilu in Petäjävesi, Finland in 7th of March to hear about the new opportunities related to wood-based materials and bioenergy. The […]
marzo 14, 2019

BLOOM Newsletter March 2019

A lot has happened in the BLOOM project since our last newsletter! Our five regional bioeconomy hubs have invited a broad range of stakeholders from civil […]
marzo 3, 2019

Learning together and engaging students in finding solutions to future problems

The BLOOM pilot teachers share their experiences Working on the BLOOM project is an interesting adventure for the four of us teachers from two countries: Sweden […]
febrero 28, 2019

Fostering the transition to a green economy

The Hub of North Netherlands is developing new economic perspectives for the region with the transition into a new green economy. The focus is on the […]
febrero 28, 2019

One, two, three, CO-CREATE!

What do we know about new wood-based products and materials in Finland? What kind of information would we want to have? Who should we communicate with […]
febrero 22, 2019

Changing Systems Needs Multiple Solutions

Sarah Friederich, GEN Europe We live on a planet with limited resources. During the last decades, natural systems have been continuously overexploited by human activity, which […]
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