A new economy based on the use of renewable biological resources and industrial biotechnology as a driver of innovation is needed to promote the development of the European Commission's New Green Deal.
For nearly a decade, the European Commission has been introducing the bioeconomy as an area of action and work for building sustainable ecosystems. The bioeconomy has impacts not only on traditional sectors such as agriculture, fisheries, aquaculture and forestry, but also in highly innovative areas such as biotechnology and bioenergy.
The 'cross-cutting' nature of the bioeconomy offers a unique opportunity to address interlinked societal challenges in an all-encompassing and systemic way with an innovative and knowledge-based approach.
Chief Sustainability and Future Mobility Officer, PIRELLI & C.
Director, SPRING - Circular Bioeconomy Technology Cluster
Head of Business and Territory Service, SRM Study Centre - Intesa Sanpaolo
President, BIG - Blue Italian Growth Technology Cluster
General Manager of Centro Studi SRM, INTESA SANPAOLO
Venture Partner, European Circular Bioeconomy Fund
Councilor for Internationalization, Research, Innovation and Startups, Campania Region
Chair, National Bioeconomy Coordination Board, CNBBSV, Presidency of Council of Ministers
Head of Practice Scenario South, THE EUROPEAN HOUSE - AMBROSETTI
Head of Sector Bioeconomy, European Commission
Partner & Head of InnoTech Hub, The European House - Ambrosetti
Deputy Director, Directorate for Science, Technology and Innovation, OECD
President, Future Food Institute
Scientific Director, SYNLAB Institute of Nuclear Diagnostics
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