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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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Newsletters of the Blue Bioeconomy Forum

Repository of past newsletters

Last update: 06/12/19

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

Roadmap for the Blue Bioeconomy

The Blue Bioeconomy Forum publishes its European Roadmap!

Last update: 05/02/20

Public Consultation on institutionalised partnerships under Horizon Europe

The European Commission has launched a public consultation on 12 proposed Institutionalised European Partnerships under the future Horizon Europe Research and Innovation programme, including for sustainable, inclusive and circular bio-based solutions.

Last update: 19/09/19

Privacy statement of the BBF Newsletter

The article provides details on how personal data collected through the BBF newsletter are being used and stored.

Last update: 15/07/19

Launch of the Public Consultation on the Roadmap for a Blue Bioeconomy

Read to find the draft roadmap and take part in the consultation, until 31 August 2019.

Last update: 15/07/19

Event report: Blue Bioeconomy Forum 25 June Conference

In attachment, readers can download the event report of the second BBF stakeholder event.

Last update: 11/07/19

Study foresees promising future for seaweed

The study, Phycomorph European Guidelines for a SUstainable Aquaculture of Seaweeds, was produced by the EU-funded Phycomorph project, which aims to bring together EU research on seaweed.

Last update: 03/07/19

Blue bioeconomy projects benefit from range of accelerator options

Blue bioeconomy entrepreneurs and start-up companies have an increasing range of possibilities to choose from when seeking early-stage support for their projects.

Last update: 03/07/19