Green. Circular. Sustainable.
In order to achieve food security, meet climate and renewable energy targets and accelerate progress towards achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), a holistic and cross-sectoral approach to foster bio-based solutions is needed. This strategy is of even greater importance now in the midst of the largest health crisis the world has ever faced.
Developing green, circular and sustainable solutions for the industry will be key in this process and help push forward the transition into a sustainable bioeconomy. EFIB provides a platform to discuss different approaches, novel technologies, challenges and opportunities.
Insights. Discussions. Perspectives.
Highlights from previous EFIB editions
#EFIB2020 dialogues on sustainability after COVID-19
Carlo Pettinelli, DG GROW, European Commission
Maria Mendiluce, World Business Council for Sustainable Development
Bo Yu, CAS-TWAS Centre of Excellence for Biotechnology
Marcus Remmers, CTO, DSM