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BIOBRIDGES project tackles the key challenge of improving the marketability of bio-based products (BBPs) by fostering close cooperation and partnerships among bio-based industries, brand owners and consumers’ representatives.
The BIOWAYS mission is to promote the huge potential of bio-based research results and raise public awareness of bio-based products, using a variety of communication techniques and through public engagement activities and the development of educational tools and materials.
The project’s main objective is to establish open and informed dialogues between different stakeholders about the bioeconomy. BLOOM elaborates five hubs (communities of practice) that allow for an iterative process enabling cross-fertilization and idea generation through shared knowledge and experiences.
LIFT will maximise the impact of bioeconomy related CSAs by valorising their outcomes and promoting the collaboration among them, aiming at identifying gaps to be addressed to ensure a stimulating environment boosting the Bio-Based economy.
Transition2BIO will build upon the most relevant communication and education EU funded projects and initiatives, moving closer to the implementation of the updated 2018 EU Bioeconomy Strategy and promoting the transition towards a more sustainable Europe.
PlasticTwist global objective is to support multiple actors in co-creating and sustaining new forms of plastic-as-an-asset practices, strengthening both societal and circular economy actions in-line with digital social innovation principles.
The main objective of YPACK is the pre-industrial scale up and commercial validation of two innovative food packaging solutions (thermoformed tray and flow pack bag) based on polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA)
Glaukos aims to develop innovative and environmentally sustainable textile fibres and coatings, building on two concepts: triggerable biodegradability as a key concept in polymer design to mitigate textile-based microplastics pollution, and bio-recycling as a sustainable end-of-life solution.
The EFFECTIVE project intends to demonstrate first of its kind and economically viable routes for the production of biobased polyamides and polyesters from sustainable renewable feedstock for the obtaining of fibres and films with enhanced properties, market competitiveness and increased sustainability.
The HEREWEAR project aims at the creation of a European ecosystem for locally produced circular textiles and clothing made from bio-based resources. The bio-based material solutions will build further on the latest bio-based polyester and cellulose developments.
The European Bioeconomy Network (EuBioNet) is a proactive alliance of EU funded projects dealing with bioeconomy promotion, communication and support, launched in May 2018. The main goal of EuBioNet is to maximise the efforts, increasing the knowledge sharing, networking, mutual learning, coordination of joint activities and events.