As part of 'Growing the Bioeconomy together' the Irish Bioeconomy Foundation are delighted to share a series of short videos and infographics across the days of Bioeconomy week 2020. Learn more about some of the exciting developments and opportunities in the Circular Bioeconomy and connect with us on our exciting journey as we all aim […]
What is the bioeconomy? Who are the key players? Where do the opportunities lie? And how significant is its impact across Ireland? Each day we will share a new, informative map exploring these questions. The maps will be hosted on the main page of irishbioeconomy.ie as well as add to the Map of the Month […]
Bioeconomy Ireland Week 2020 will be launched by the following panel: Martin Heydon TD, Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine Marc Palahi, Director, European Forest Institute Kevin O’Connor, Director BiOrbic Bioeconomy SFI Research Centre The session will be moderated by Helen Carroll (Ear to the Ground). Please register here. […]
The launch of the THREE C project in Ireland- The THREE C Project (Creating a Circular Carbon Economy) is a three year Interreg North West Europe funded project that is looking at the further development and introduction of economically viable value chains based on charcoal raw materials from waste biomass.
Ashleigh Environmental will premiere a short animated video of their latest project: Biowave™ - Transforming Dairy FOGs for Sustainable Renewable Energy. The project will demonstrate the scaled up application of microwave and renewable energy production for the Irish and global dairy industry. Find out more here. This project has been supported by the disruptive technology […]
Grassland and green shrubs cover 21% of the total surface area of the EU-28 and as such are a key element of the regions’ landscape and biodiversity. Today, grass as a resource remains underutilised. It is often left to decay after mowing and thus incurs costs and fails to capitalise on the potential benefits available […]
As part of Bio-Economy Week Ireland 2020, Bord Iascaigh Mhara (BIM), Ireland’s Seafood Development Agency, invites you to attend a webinar on Friday 23 October to launch its bio-refinery report, ‘Scoping a seaweed bio-refinery concept for Ireland’. The event is being chaired by David Millard (BIM) and speakers include co-authors of the report Sarah Hotchkiss and […]