On September 22, III INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE-„Economic Sciences for Agribusiness and Rural Economy” was organized by the Institute of Economics and Finance of Warsaw University of Life Sciences (SGGW). In parallel, a joint conference-„Strategies for Bioeconomy in CEE countries” was held, organized by the Department of Bioeconomy and Systems Analysis of the Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation(IUNG-PIB). The event was organized with the support of the BIOECON project. Additionally, the BIOEAST Initiative and the BIOEASTsUP project were also represented.
Magdalena Borzęcka and Jerzy Kozyra had the honour to participate at the III International Scientific Conference „Economic Sciences for Agribusiness and Rural Economy“ which was organised in a platform for the exchange of scientific community views with practitioners, both from Poland and abroad. Ms Borzecka and Mr Kozyra spoke about the BIOEASTsUP support to BIOEAST Initiative for macro-regional bioeconomy strategy elaboration: Bioeconomy assessment. The conference focused on the research and discussion interests of the changing needs of the economy, this year with particular emphasis on bioeconomy and its strategic options for Poland, and the Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries as well. For this reason, a joint conference was organized by IUNG-PIB funded by the H2020-WIDESPREAD-BioEcon project.
The BIOEASTsUP project was also presented via the following lectures:
Dagnija Blumberga and Lauma Zihare from Riga Technical University, Latvia:Sustainable bioresources value complex index.
Paweł Chmieliński, Wioletta Wrzaszcz, Marek Zieliński, Marek Wigier fromthe Institute of Agricultural and Food Economics–National Research Institute: CAP second pillar and rural development in the context of bioeconomy and food systems–the case of Poland
Luka Juvančič University of Ljubljana, Slovenia: Institutional dimension for bioeconomy strategy in the CEE countries
Biljana Kulisič IEA Bioenergy Task workshop in Osijek, Croatia: Bioenergy perspectives in the bioeconomy deployment
Stelios Rozakis Technical University of Crete, Greece: Models and tools for the development of bioeconomy strategies in Poland