On 17th September 2020, the Lithuanian Biotechnology Association kindly invites business representatives to attend an international networking event “Bio-based Industries Fast Forward: International Conference and Business Networking Event”, which will be held together with the exhibition “Inno Panorama 2020” in Kaunas, Lithuania. Physical meeting in Lithuania – Hall of the Central Building of Vytautas Magnus […]
We are very pleased to invite you to the International Scientific Conference “Sustainable Bioeconomy Development 2020: From Thinking Globally to Acting Locally” that will be held virtually on 25 June 2020. The conference is organized by the Faculty of Bioeconomy Development of Vytautas Magnus University Agriculture Academy and the Faculty of Economics and Social […]
The Bio-based Industries Consortium (BIC), Europe’s leading industry association putting circularity, innovation and sustainability at the heart of the European bioeconomy, has published the first three in a series of new reports mapping bio-based potential and opportunities for green growth in Central and Eastern Europe. The new reports for Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania illustrate the […]
At the end of February, the most prominent annual event dedicated to the development of innovation in the Vidzeme region, Latvia – Vidzeme Innovation Week 2020 – was organized by Vidzeme Planning Region and it’s cooperation partners, where science, business, agriculture, finance, culinary and other sectors were represented by multiple experienced Latvian and foreign experts, […]
The Baltic Sea Region (BSR) holds a great potential for circular bioeconomy development. Therefore, the BalticBiomass4Value project aims to enhance capacity of public and private actors within the BSR to produce bioenergy in more environmentally sustainable and economically viable way by utilizing new biomass sources (chiefly, biological waste) for energy production, as well as possibilities to use bioenergy side streams for higher value bio-products. Biomass from different sources (agriculture, food and feed industry, forestry, wood industry, municipal waste and sewage sludge, fishery, algae), its logistics, various biomass conversion technologies and value chains will be mapped to identify best practices of bioenergy generation and the potential of more efficient and sustainable deployment of biomass in the BSR.
Seventeen partners from Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Germany, Poland, Sweden, Norway and the Russian Federation will bring together the producers of biomass and bio-based products, as well as relevant public authorities and policy stakeholders for the implementation of the project.
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