Overview of Political bioeconomy strategies

Overview of Political bioeconomy strategies

Main topic: Bioeconomy strategies / policy related information
Document / search engine: Overview of Political bioeconomy strategies
Framework project: Promoting stakeholder engagement and public awareness for a participative governance of the European bioeconomy
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Website link: http://www.bio-step.eu/background/bioeconomy-strategies/
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Short description:

Several countries have developed bioeconomy strategies that differ, sometimes considerably, in range and content focus (enlarge the map). Full text of strategies is available here.


Countries/regions described/represented: Albania, Andalusia - Spain, Armenia, Austria, Austrian & German Hub - Vienna & Bonn, Azerbaijan, Bavaria - Germany, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Central Germany, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dutch Hub - Wageningen, Estonian, FYROM, Finland, Flanders - Netherlands, France, Germany, Germany ( Saxony-Anhalt), Greater Manchester, Greece, Haute-Garonne, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italian Regions - Italy, Italy, Italy (Veneto), Kosovo, Kyrgisistan, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Lviv - Ukraine, Malaysia, Malta, Mazovia - Poland, Moldovia, Montenegro, NORDRHEIN-WESTFALEN, Nitra - Slovakia, Nordic Hub- Stockholm & Jyväskylä, Norway, Poland, Polish Hub - Krakow & Warsaw, Portugal, Prov. Oost-Vlaanderen, Romania, Russia, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Bohemia - Czech Republic, Southern Great Plain - Hungary, Spain, Spanish Hub - Cordoba, Sweden, Switzerland, The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, The Netherlands, Turkey, UK, Ukraine, United Kingdom (Scotland)
Year: 2018