This recent study was carried out by nova-Institute as part of the work program of the SCAR Bioeconomy Strategic Working Group and and support by CASA, a Coordination and Support Action (CSA) with the overall objective of delivering a consolidated common agricultural and wider bioeconomy research agenda within the European Research Area.
The objective of this study was to map information and to help establishing data-driven support for the development and implementation of national bioeconomy policies in the BIOEAST macro-region. BIOEAST is the Central and Eastern European Initiative for knowledge-based agriculture, aquaculture, forestry in the bioeconomy. It is an open initiative started by the Visegrad Group Countries: Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, and joined by Bulgaria, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Republic of Estonia, Romania, Slovenia. For more information about the BIOEAST initiative, click here: http://bioeast.eu.
The study by nova-Institute was prepared between July and November 2018 and was presented by Dr. Stephan Piotrowski at the BIOEAST Conference „Bioeconomy in the forefront of national policies“, a high-level international conference organised jointly by the Ministry of Agriculture and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences as part of the Hungarian Science Festival on 8 November 2018 and focused on the situation, challenges and opportunities of bioeconomy of the BIOEAST macro-region. Apart from providing high-level basic economic data, the study provides recommendations for the promotion of the bioeconomies in the BIOEAST macro-region.
Download the complete study here: http://bio-based.eu/markets/#bioeast.
Source: nova-Institut GmbH, 2019-05-02.