Meeting Policy Challenges for a Sustainable Bioeconomy / Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
- Paris : OECD Publishing, 2018.
- Government document
1 online resource (196 pages)
Agriculture and Food.
Finance and Investment.
Science and Technology.
Industry and Services.
- This publication investigates key aspects surrounding the sustainability of bioeconomy development: the use of biomass as feedstock for future production; the design and building of biorefineries for the manufacture of a range of fuels, chemicals and materials, and also for electricity generation; and the use of biotechnologies such as synthetic biology, metabolic engineering and gene editing. Today more than 50 countries have a dedicated bioeconomy strategy or related policies. While the bioeconomy is consistent with sustainability policy (examples are the circular economy, the UN Sustainable Development Goals, green growth, re-industrialisation, rural regeneration, climate change mitigation), synergies must be ensured to avoid over-exploitation of natural resources and conflicting global needs.
- The bioeconomy concept
Reconciling food and industrial needs for biomass
Acronyms and abbreviations
Education and training for industrial biotechnology
Metabolic engineering and synthetic biology for a bioeconomy
Developments in bio-based production
Enabling bio-based materials policy
Measuring biomass potential and sustainability
What is a biorefinery
Biotechnology and biomass sustainability.
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