Unlocking the Potential of Bioeconomy: MainstreamBIO Webinar Series start this month!

Project newsUnlocking the Potential of Bioeconomy: MainstreamBIO Webinar Series start this month!

Unlocking the Potential of Bioeconomy: MainstreamBIO Webinar Series start this month!

Are you ready to embark on a journey of discovery into the dynamic world of the bioeconomy?
MainstreamBIO is thrilled to announce an engaging webinar series designed to explore innovative solutions, best practices, and transformative opportunities within the bioeconomy landscape.

Join us as we explore circular bioeconomy, a pivotal force in building sustainable and resilient rural and coastal communities.

In our first webinar, we’ll introduce beginners to the bioeconomy concept while highlighting the central role of primary producers in driving positive economic, environmental, and social change. Gain insights from specialists and explore successful case studies like Bazancourt Biorefinery.

In the subsequent sessions, we’ll explore numerous topics, including small-scale biobased solutions tailored for primary producers. Discover how innovative technologies and practices can resolve challenges and provide diversification opportunities in agriculture, fisheries, and more. Through insightful discussions and success stories from industry leaders like Grassa, Pilze Nagy, and Hexafly, participants will gain valuable insights into the potential of biobased solutions.

Nutrient recycling is another crucial aspect of sustainable agriculture, and our webinar series will explore cutting-edge methods and technologies for recycling nutrients from waste streams. Specialists will discuss nutrient recycling opportunities for primary producers and showcase successful case studies from Glasport Bio and SeaMeGro, highlighting the environmental benefits and practical applications of nutrient recycling.

Circular bioeconomy principles hold high potential in enhancing the sustainability of primary production sectors. In this session, participants will learn about successful case studies and environmental benefits offered by circular bioeconomy innovations across agriculture, horticulture, forestry, and fisheries.

Business model innovation and social initiatives play a crucial role in driving bioeconomy development in rural and coastal regions. Join us as we explore innovative business models and social innovations, offering unique opportunities for sustainable growth, job creation, and environmental protection. Gain insights from successful initiatives like Pindos and discover how bioeconomy initiatives are revitalizing rural and coastal areas.

In our final webinar, we’ll focus on empowering primary production sectors with the knowledge and tools necessary to benefit from available bioeconomy resources. From practical strategies to digital tools and innovative approaches, participants will learn how to integrate primary producers into the bioeconomy value chain effectively. Gain insights into financing options and cooperative support, ensuring a seamless transition towards a sustainable bioeconomy.


Do you want to keep the webinars in your calendar or even better register and be part of this opportunity to unlock the potential of bioeconomy?
Read the information below and use the registration links:

Webinar I: “Introduction to circular bioeconomy” (April 10th 2024) – Register here

Webinar II: “Small-scale bio-based solutions for primary producers” (April 17th 2024) – Register here

Webinar III: “Nutrient recycling solutions for primary producers” (April 24th 2024) – Register here

Webinar IV: “Opportunities for circular bioeconomy to improve the environmental sustainability of primary production”
(April 30th 2024) – Register here

Webinar V: “Business model and social innovations for promoting bioeconomy development in rural and coastal regions” (May 8th 2024) – Register here

Webinar VI: “Bioeconomy tools to support primary producer participation in the bioeconomy” (May 16th 2024) – Register here

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