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An OECD vision (James Philp, OECD)

Since the publication of the OECD book ‘The Bioeconomy to 2030: Designing a Policy Agenda’ in 2009, the global view of the bioeconomy has changed greatly. That book concentrated on biotechnologies and the bioeconomy “refers to the set of economic activities relating to the invention, development, production and use of biological products and processes”. In the years since, the OECD has worked on industrial biotechnology, synthetic (or engineering) biology and sustainability aspects of the bioeconomy, while the latter has come to mean a much wider range of activities. Nevertheless, sustainability remains a ...
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Example of a system : a space vessel (Christophe Lasseur, ESA)

To over simplify, Space is a very harsh, where  no resources exists (energy, food, oxygen..). Consequently Long term manned mission will require a very strict resources management, leading to high recycling from wastes to oxygen water and food. Today, no technology alone can allow to reach these high level of recycling and therefore an assembly of technology is mandatory leading to a so called life support system. For more than 30 years, The European Space Agency, together with a large European community study,  develop and manage the MELiSSA project. As any complex ...
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The levers of change towards the bioeconomy (Mickaël O'Donohue, INRAE)

Building the bioeconomy involves devising new technology solutions for the manufacture of a wide range of products and the production of services. In this regard, biotechnology is a technological cornerstone of the bioeconomy. Research infrastructure provide crucial support to researchers, supplying access to cutting edge research services and expertise. The IBISBA infrastructure supports research in the field of industrial biotechnology, bringing together a range of services linked to different knowledge domains and scientific disciplines. The aim of IBISBA is not only to simplify access to individual services, but also to offer ...
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Territorial issues and challenges (Fabio Fava, University of Bologna)

Bioeconomy is one of the core and enabling pillar of Italian economy. With EUR 330 billion of annual turnover and 2 Million of employees, it is the third Bioeconomy in Europe; the country is often second in terms of presence in the R&I projects funded by Horizon 2020 Societal Challenges 2 and BBI JU and the first one in terms of quality products in the food and bio-based product domains. Bioeconomy is also contributing to the reduction of the Country dependence from fossil fuels and finite materials and the biodiversity loss and land ...
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The levers of change towards the bioeconomy (Thomas Vogelpohl, FernUniversität in Hagen)

Even though the concept of the bioeconomy has risen to great popularity lately, it is still highly contentious what the bioeconomy actually is or should be. European bioeconomy policy is very reflective of this. Despite two dedicated bioeconomy strategies, it appears to be highly fragmented and heterogeneous when it comes to concrete political processes and measures. Rather, the overarching pattern of European bioeconomy policy is shaped by the interplay of specific problem structures, institutional frameworks and actor constellations in its policy sub-areas. The fragmented institutional and regulatory landscape particularly hinders the ...
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Des modèles économiques pour l’analyse du changement d’usage des terres (Chantal Le Mouel, INRAE)

La présentation développe trois points. Elle explique d'abord pourquoi le changement d'affectation des terres est au cœur des enjeux alimentaires, climatiques et de la biodiversité, et pourquoi la concurrence pour l'occupation des sols et leur usage à différentes fins est susceptible de s'accroître à l'avenir. Deuxièmement, elle décrit comment le changement d'affectation des terres est représenté dans les modèles économiques globaux. Troisièmement, elle propose une comparaison des résultats obtenus à partir de trois modèles différents sur les impacts du changement de régime alimentaire jusqu'en 2050 sur l'utilisation des terres agricoles à l'échelle mondiale. La discussion vise à souligner les principaux ...
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Présentation du Centre Européen de Bioéconomie et de Biotechnologie (Kévin Magnien, AgroParistech)

Kévin Magnien, Unité de R&D Agro-Biotechnologies Industrielles (ABI) AgroParisTech À la fois vitrine technologique et centre de recherche pluridisciplinaire dédié aux biotechnologies, aux biomatériaux et à la chimie verte, le Centre Européen de Biotechnologie et de Bioéconomie (CEBB) réunit les compétences et expertises scientifiques et techniques de quatre chaires issues d’AgroParisTech, de CentraleSupélec, de NEOMA Business School et de l’Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne. Soutenu par le Grand Reims, le Département de la Marne et la Région Grand Est, le CEBB a pour vocation de développer la valorisation des bioressources ainsi ...
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