YOUr Questions about the bioeconomy answered
What is the bioeconomy?
Our definition of the bioeconomy and what it means for the future Ireland.
Who supports it?
How the Irish government is backing the development of our bioeconomy.
How can I get involved?
Learn about our annual week of events that celebrates Ireland’s bioeconomy.
BIOECONOMY IMPLEMENTATION GROUP
First Progress Report
The Bioeconomy Implementation Group has produced a report of its progress in the first year of its activity. The report explores how the bioeconomy fits within wider government policy and if key actions within the government’s policy were addressed. This includes progression of the leading bioeconomy value chain propositions. There are also recommendations for our next steps in furthering the bioeconomy and the group’s action plan for 2019-2020 can be found in the annex.
The IRISH Bioeconomy NETWORK AND FORUM
This website has been produced for the Irish Bioeconomy Network and Forum to provide a hub for information-sharing and awareness-raising, highlighting information and events of interest to a wide range of stakeholders. The Network is coordinated by the government mandated Bioeconomy Implementation Group, BiOrbic SFI Bioeconomy Research Centre and the Irish Bioeconomy Foundation.
BiOrbic SFI Bioeconomy Research Centre
BiOrbic is a research centre funded by SFI to conduct research to improve Ireland’s bioeconomy. Biorbic’s focus is to innovate towards sustainable methods that strengthen jobs in the sector.
The Bioeconomy Implementation group
The Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment and the Department of Food, Agriculture and the Marine are both committed to supporting a a more sustainable bioeconomy.
the irish bioeconomy foundation
The Irish Bioeconomy Foundation aims to facilitate the development of the bioeconomy by establishing relationships across the sector and creating an integrated ecosystem of converging assets and ambitions.
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