A biorefinery can develop bio-based alternatives to a variety of products currently produced from petroleum. The Anneberg biorefinery in southern Sweden provides an arena where researchers and industry can develop and test projects for sustainability.
The European Bioeconomy Panel is newly established by the European Commission to enhance synergies and coherence between policies, initiatives and economic sectors related to the Bioeconomy at EU level. The European Bioeconomy Panel will consist of experts with experience from academia, national administrations and from stakeholder groups relevant to the Bioeconomy. Niels Gøtke will serve […]
Niels Gøtke, chair of NKJ, has been interviewed by The NordForsk magazine. Niels Gøtke talks about Green Growth and the Bioeconomy Initiative.