FIRST STEP + NL1
NEW LOOK FOR BIOEAST
The BIOEAST initiative has been given a new look in terms of visual intensity.
BIOEAST AS A DRIVING FORCE IN THE CONTEXT OF THE EUROPEAN GREEN DEAL+
High-level conference on deploying sustainable and circular bioeconomies in Central and Eastern Europe in the context of food, agriculture, natural resources, and bioeconomy related policies took place on the 20th and 21th February 2020 in Brussels.
INTERMINISTERIAL GROUP ESTABLISHMENT IN THE BIOEAST REGION + NL2
The inter-ministerial groups are being established in all 11 countries to create and force the dialogue between the ministries that are responsible for the development and implementation of the national bioeconomy strategies and their key stakeholders.
SERIES OF WEBINARS TO BOOST BIOECONOMY IN THE BIOEAST REGION
May – July 2020
A session of 5 webinars focused on bioeconomy introduction, national BIOEAST HUB establishment, statistical evidence or exchange of good practice for bioeconomy value chance were organized online.
BIOEAST FORESIGHT EXERCISE
BIOEAST Foresight Exercise is being conducted to support the BIOEAST member states in developing their sustainable bioeconomies. Five, high-level independent CEE experts have been selected by the BIOEAST Board.
VIRTUAL BROKERAGE EVENT
BIOEAST Initiave and BIOEASTsUP project supported the on-line brokerage event to enhance international cooperation for the BIOEAST partners in the Green Deal Call.
OVERVIEW OF THE 1ST YEAR ACHIEVEMENT
The first annual meeting took place online in the third week of October 2020, the progress of the 1st year was summarized and published.
VIRTUAL ROUND TABLES “INDICATORS AND STATISTICAL EVIDENCE FOR BIOECONOMY DEVELOPMENT”
11 national virtual round tables “Indicators and statistical evidence for bioeconomy development” indicated where to focus to achieve the transition from a fossil-based society towards a circular and sustainable bioeconomy in each individual BIOEAST country.
GLOBAL BIOECONOMY SUMMIT BREAKOUT SESSION
BIOEASTsUP project facilitated a breakout session “The role of the bioeconomy in developing countries” within the Workshop: “Rebooting the economy – sustainability, growth, and climate action delivered by the bioeconomy” held on 18 November 2020 at the Global Bioeconomy Summit 2020.
TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER TO SUPPORT BIOCONOMY
The first peer review discussed the good practice – Technology Transfer Centre in Agriculture Research, Ltd. (ART) to illustrate both the environment and conditions for the technology transfer activities and also bioeconomy development in the Czech and also the activities of the Technology Transfer Center ART.