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The bioeconomy comprises those parts of the economy that use renewable biological resources from the sea – such as fish, algaeand micro-organisms – to produce food, feed, materials, energy and medicine

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Message on Mediterranean Coast Day (25 September)

The public has an important role to play. Thanks to the rise of mobile broadband, today’s “Mediterraneans” are better informed and more organized than any other generation. Simple purchasing decisions taken at the supermarket and online clicks matter greatly. Businesses spend vast amounts to understand their customers’ preferences in order to tailor products and services accordingly. Observation shows that sustainable options will rise on the market if there is demand for it.

Last update: 28/09/20

How would increased farming of algae and shellfish affect nutrient concentration in European seas?

call for tender

Last update: 26/07/20

Covid-19 has reduced fishing activity in European waters

An analysis by the EMODnet human activity team using vessel density maps derived from vessels anti-collision equipment shows significant changes compared to a year ago

Last update: 28/05/20

Newsletters of the Blue Bioeconomy Forum

Repository of past newsletters

Last update: 06/12/19

SSIA Conference 2020

Oban, United Kingdom

Start date: 18/02/2020 (All day)
Last update: 03/12/19

Blue Invest Day 2020

Brussels, Belgium

Start date: 04/02/2020 (All day)
Last update: 03/12/19

ALLIANCE+ matchmaking & pitching event & workshop for (new) mentors

Helsinki, Finland

Start date: 23/01/2020 (All day)
Last update: 03/12/19

Narwhal Challenge

Brest, France

Start date: 09/12/2019 (All day)
Last update: 03/12/19

Ready for huge responsibilities: Virginijus Sinkevičius

The new European Commission for Environment and Oceans gave hints to his future actions for the Blue Bioeconomy during his hearing at the European Parliament on 3 October 2019

Last update: 03/12/19

Iceland and the blue bioeconomy: making the most from fish

Iceland’s government has not yet developed a formal blue bioeconomy strategy, but various Icelandic projects, start-ups and initiatives are underway that aim to find new ways to use existing resources or turn marine biowaste into new commodities.

Last update: 03/12/19

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