News

05 November 2019

1# Newsletter BalticBiomass4Value

Dear readers,

Welcome to the first BalticBiomass4Value newsletter!

In this edition of the newsletter you will find information about the scope and objective of the project as well as the project consortium. In every edition we will introduce some of the project partners.

We also keep you informed about up-coming events in the Baltic Sea region.

We hope you enjoy reading!

In order to download the 1st newsletter press here

For questions regarding the newsletter contact D.PiedraGarcia@fnr.de 

Subscribe to the Newsletter              Unsubscribe from the Newsletter

Other news

International Conference and Business Networking Event: Bio-based Industries Fast Forward

04 August 2020

On 17th September 2020, the BalticBiomass4Value project consortium kindly invites business enterprises and other bio-based economy stakeholders to attend an International Conference and Business Networking Event “Bio-based Industries Fast Forward”. The event will be held virtually. Nevertheless, we hope to meet Lithuanian participants at Vytautas Magnus University Agriculture Academy in Kaunas, if circumstances related with the COVID-19 […]

Insights on status quo and future directions of the bioeconomy development in the Baltic countries

28 July 2020

On 25th June 2020, the BalticBiomass4Value project held virtual panel discussion during the International Scientific Conference “Sustainable Bioeconomy Development 2020: From Thinking Globally to Acting Locally” which was organized by the Faculty of Bioeconomy Development of the Vytautas Magnus University Agriculture Academy and the Faculty of Economics and Social Development of the Latvia University of Life Sciences and […]

Bio-based sector offers new opportunities for green growth in EU-13

06 May 2020

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 […]