The main objective of the workshop is to provide an opportunity to discuss the availability of different types of biomass in Poland and their transformation in the context of fostering the implementation of bioeconomy and stimulating bio-industry in Poland and to contribute to the specifying of research and innovation needs in this area.
The biomass transformation into new bio-based feedstock using the modern biotechnology technologies will be discussed as well as the standards and regulations of their potential in different sectors.
Speakers representing different member states of UE and from outside Europe will share their experiences, observations and successful stories in circular bioeconomy.
Open exchange of views and discussion of representatives of various national stakeholders will be used to formulate conclusions and recommendation on the measures to be taken at the level of central and regional administration in order to accelerate the development of the circular bio-economy in Poland.
Philippe Mengal, Executive Director, BBI JU will participate in the session on Public-private initiatives: where do governments best put their money? with a presentation on “Building partnerships in demo and flagship projects”.