11 October 2018.
The European Commission has put forward an action plan to develop a sustainable and circular bioeconomy
that serves Europe’s society, environment and economy. As announced by President Juncker and First Vice-President Timmermans in their letter of intent accompanying President Juncker’s 2018 State of the Union Address, the new bio-economy strategy is part of the Commission’s drive to boost jobs, growth and investment in the EU
“The EU aims to lead the way in turning waste, residue and discards into high value products, green chemicals, feed and textiles. Research and innovation plays a key role in accelerating the green transition of the European economy and in meeting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.” Carlos Moedas, European Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation
The Bioeconomy strategy
Source: PAEPARD FEED