INRA, Irstea and IFPEN in partnership with the French three Ministries of 'Agriculture et Alimentation', 'Enseignement supérieur, Recherche et Innovation', 'Transition Ecologique et Solidaire' and in partnership with the 'German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture' organizes a European workshop on bioeconomy on 29 and 30 October 2019 in Paris. This workshop is the third one following those held in Paris in 2015 and 2017.
Marina Ramos of the University of Alicante has been invited to the roundtable "Sustainable production of bioressources: what does the research tell us?".
This workshop will try to identify specific research needs to take into account the ecological boundaries of our planet and to develop a circular and sustainable bioeconomy that fulfils the SDG. Three issues will be addressed :
- What are the priority research needs to move towards a more sustainable bioeconomy ?
- Which tools for research and development are lacking today?
- Which types of partnerships are necessary for the development of a circular bioeconomy?