Author: Matteo Sabini

Bioeconomy and Bio-based Industry for the Rural Renaissance of Regions (3BiR3)

Bioeconomy and Bio-based Industry for the Rural Renaissance of Regions (3BiR3)

Bioeconomy and Bio-based Industry for the Rural Renaissance of Regions (3BiR3)

Bioeconomy and bioindustry pave the way to a more innovative, resource efficient and competitive society that reconciles food security with the sustainable use of biotic renewable resources for industrial purposes, while ensuring environmental protection.
3BiR3 will gather scientists and policy makers involved in the implementation of Bioeconomy in Regions throughout Europe, with a focus on Central and Eastern Europe. They will discuss and demonstrate, also through the virtuous example of the INTERREG Italia – Austria 2014-2020 InCIMa project, how science and advanced research are effective drivers for requalification of rural territories.
The registration at the event is mandatory.
More information and the registration form are available at the following link: http://eventi.regione.fvg.it/Eventi/dettaglioEvento.asp?evento=14122
From date
2019-05-23
To date
2019-05-24
The alliance between primary production and bio-based industries. A macro regional approach

The alliance between primary production and bio-based industries. A macro regional approach

The alliance between primary production and bio-based industries. A macro regional approach

Trieste (Piazza dell’Unità 1) – 24th May 2019, 14.00

The workshop is part of the Pro-ESOF event “Bioeconomy and Bio-based Industry for the Rural Renaissance of Regions (3BiR3)“, that will take place on 23th and 24th May in Trieste (Piazza dell’Unità 1).

The workshop aims to identify opportunities offered by the Bioeconomy, with a particular emphasis on its bio-based component, for the interregional development of Italy, Austria, Slovenia and Croatia.

The focus will be on enhancing those value chains of rural areas able to generate potential investments for and in collaboration with the bio-based industries.

The workshop will be organized in two sessions. During the first part, case studies representing the regions involved will be presented, providing ideas and practical examples to stimulate discussion during the next session. In the second session, the Quadruple Helix stakeholders will work in a participatory way on the challenges, opportunities and barriers to promote the interregional development.

The discussion, the exchange of ideas and best practices will contribute to the elaboration of practical recommendations that will feed the dialogue between the main actors of this field at European level.

Pre-Registration is a fundamental condition for participation. More information and the registration form are available at the following link: www.biovoices.eu/trieste

From date
2019-05-24
To date
2019-05-24