Wood your mind? – WoodCircus is looking for best practices in wood-based circular economy
Save the date for our upcoming WoodCircus workshop on 13th of November, 14:00 – 16:00 h, at the Maternushaus Congress Centre in Cologne, Germany.
The main goal of the WoodCircus project is to promote wood-based value chains as a key part of the bioeconomy in Europe. To achieve this, the project aims to identify case studies with outstanding good practices in the European wood sector. During the workshop we will discuss how to investigate case studies that belong to a circular or partly-circular wood value chain. We are looking forward to diverse input from all interested stakeholders.
Learn more about the project: https://woodcircus.eu
The workshop will be organised one day before the largest biocomposites event in the world, please find more details on the conference and the venue at: https://biocompositescc.com
BioMonitor is an EU Horizon 2020 project which plans to establish a sustainable statistics and modelling framework for the bioeconomy. In this expert workshop, various options for data collection methodologies for establishing a European bioeconomy monitoring system are presented and put up for discussion and further refinement.
Given the lack of information and statistics on emerging innovative bio-based industries, the BioMonitor framework enables different stakeholders to monitor and measure the bioeconomy and its economic, environmental and social impacts in the EU and Member States. BioMonitor engages in a dialogue with bio-based stakeholders to identify relevant indicators and drivers of the bioeconomy.
Learn more about the project http://biomonitor.eu