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16 March 2021

2nd International Scientific Conference “Sustainable Bioeconomy Development 2021: Adaptation to Climate Change” – registration is open until 16 May 2021

The 2nd International Scientific Conference “Sustainable Bioeconomy Development 2021: Adaptation to Climate Change” organised by the Faculty of Bioeconomy Development of Vytautas Magnus University Agriculture Academy and the Faculty of Economics and Social Development of Latvia University of Life Sciences and Technologies will take place on 20-21 May 2021. The conference will be held virtually.

The conference is aimed at representatives of social sciences, who are invited to make presentations under these topics:

  • Policy and Public Investments in Bioeconomy Research;
  • Consumer and Producer Behaviour in the Context of Climate Change;
  • Business and Place Models for Circular Bioeconomy;
  • Accelerating Bioeconomy through Investment and Financing Decisions.

Important topics of the conference are instruments to support sustainable bioeconomy in the context of climate change.

The conference will bring together the European and national experts, as well as policy makers, researches and other stakeholders to discuss about opportunities related to sustainable bioeconomy development.

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