The European Bioeconomy Alliance is an informal alliance of leading European organisations active in the bioeconomy.
EUBA considers the LCA methodology, as presented by the JRC, not fit for the purpose of comparing bio-based with conventional fossil-based plastics.
The final methodology for life cycle assessment (LCA) of alternative feedstock for plastics production clearly and structurally favours fossil-based over bio-based plastics, and so undermines many
Make bioeconomy a pan-European political priority
Mobilise opinion leaders with a view to mainstreaming bioeconomy as a viable and accepted alternative
Create a level playing field for bio-based products and materials