Policies Driving the Bioeconomy


Charlie McConalogue, Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine will give an overview on Irish policy developments and implementation in the bioeconomy area. In addition the author of an European Commission study will presents the results of this study on scenarios on how demand and supply for biobased chemicals and materials could grow to 2030, […]

Teagasc Bioeconomy Map Series

What are people saying about the bioeconomy? How can you make the right connection for enterprise to reach it’s bioeconomy potential ? Where and what are Ireland’s natural recourses that can be sustainable harnessed? Who and what is the National Bioeconomy Forum? Each day a new, informative map will be shared that will explore these […]

Turning Challenges into Opportunities – The Resilience Cycle – With Mark Pollock


Turning Challenges into Opportunities – The Resilience Cycle with Mark Pollock It is tough to deal with uncertainty and change. It doesn’t happen by chance. But with a high-impact catalyst we can start to make it happen. Mark Pollock is that catalyst and that’s why leaders worldwide have asked him to support their teams to […]

Policy Levers in the Blue Bioeconomy


Policy insights to promote the bioeconomy in the marine sector. In conjunction with Bioeconomy Ireland Week 2021, BiOrbic Bioeconomy Research Centre is delighted to host this session with Hannah Gould, a bioeconomy expert working in the marine sector with BiOrbic. This event will explore the policy landscape in the Blue Bioeconomy and how these policies […]

Building a New Biobased Value Chain: Lab to Market


Building A New Biobased Value Chain: Learnings from industry and experts on developing new functional innovative ingredients from dairy side streams for pharmaceuticals, nutraceuticals, cosmetics and biodegradable packaging markets. In conjunction with Bioeconomy Ireland Week 2021, Munster Technological University and the Circular Bioeconomy Research Group present this INGREEN session where we explore the key learnings […]


Valuable nutrients in the agri-food sector: European policy insights

European policy insights on valuable nutrients in the agri-food sector In conjunction with Bioeconomy Ireland Week 2021, BiOrbic Bioeconomy Research Centre is delighted to host this session with an expert from the European Sustainable Phosphorous Platform. This event will explore the policy landscape at the European level on valuable nutrients in the bioeconomy, and how […]

The Bioeconomy to 2030: A Researcher’s Perspective


Teagasc’s Research Directorate was closely involved in the development of the National Bioeconomy Policy Statement, which was published in 2018. It continues to support the development of the bioeconomy though research grounded in science & technology as well as social science-based disciplines. This webinar gives a flavour of some current/recent research across different Teagasc research […]

The Drivers of Investment in Bioenergy and the Bioeconomy


As part of IrBEA's Conference Webinar Special Series 2021, focusing on the 4 thematic goals of the upcoming COP 26, this event will take a look at Goal 3: Mobilising Finance. Bioenergy is a key component of the Bioeconomy. To grow the sector, mobilising finance is a key enabler. International financial institutions and funders must […]

Irish Rural Link – Rubizbo Project Webinar Series – The Bioeconomy


Irish Rural Link are hosting this webinar as part of its delivery of RUBIZMO, an EU Horizon 2020 funded project in which IRL are one of 16 partners. RUBIZMO- Replicable Business Models for Modern Rural Economies - aims to identify the vital ingredients for developing entrepreneurship and successful business models across the sectors of food […]

The Bioeconomy at Home- Using domestic food waste to tackle climate change


Learnings on an all-Ireland level of how your domestic food and garden waste can be sustainably transformed into high value products Bringing the Bioeconomy Home: Learnings from experts on how food waste from your home and garden waste can be transformed to contribute to a valuable local circular economy and the fight against climate change. […]