In order to boost the transition towards a circular bioeconomy in Europe and contribute to the implementation of the global commitments such as the UN Sustainable Development Goals, EUBA calls for the implementation of concrete measures and long‐term support across the following themes:
Date: 28-29 November 2017
Venue: MARITIM proArte Hotel in Berlin, Germany
October 2016 - A European bioeconomy based on sustainably produced biobased raw materials has a strong role to play in the fight against climate change; it is crucial to ensure consistency between the industrial bioeconomy and the Energy Union framework, as well as competitiveness in a c
July 2016 - The European Bioeconomy Alliance (EUBA) has produced a positioning document that sheds light on the circular nature of biobased products and sectors.
May 2016 - On the occasion of ‘BioEconomyUtrecht2016’, the fourth Bioeconomy Stakeholders’ Conference, that took place on 12 and 13 April 2016, the European Bioeconomy Alliance (
April 2016 - The bioeconomy provides a turnover of 2 trillion Euros per year, accounts for 22 million jobs in Europe and its climate change mitigation potential ranges from between 1 and 2.5 billion tons of CO2 equivalent per year by 2030.