The bioeconomy is vital for ensuring Europe can reach its bold commitment to cut emissions by at least 50% by 2030 and delivering Member States’ national climate and energy plans, whilst also protecting our environment and biodiversity. To do this, we need supporting policies.
Below are a series of reports produced by Bioadvantage Europe to help unlock the potential of our bioeconomy.
How the Bioeconomy can help seal the European Green Deal
A thriving bioeconomy will be crucial for meeting the goals of the European Green Deal and the Paris Accord on climate – but time is short, and we must act now.
How the bioeconomy can support a European recovery
The European Recovery Plan is a double opportunity: to restart and strengthen the economy after the impacts of COVID-19, and to put Europe on the path to net zero emissions by 2050. The bioeconomy can take us there.
How the bioeconomy can contribute to Europe's climate and biodiversity goals
The bioeconomy will be crucial for achieving Europe’s climate and biodiversity goals. As a sector defined by its relationship with the natural world, Europe’s bioeconomy must lead on the transition to a sustainable, green economy.
How the bioeconomy can contribute to job growth and innovation in Europe
The bioeconomy sector is a great source of innovation and growth. However, to realise its full potential and create new, green jobs and future-fit growth in Europe, it requires an integrated, coherent and clear policy framework.
The European bioeconomy and the Fit for 55 Package
2021 is the year to establish the roadmap to a 55% GHG emission reduction by 2030, helping steady the impact of global warming and to achieve a stable climate below 1.5C. This coalition believes the bioeconomy must be placed, with other solutions, at the centre of this roadmap and forthcoming revisions in the Fit for 55 Package.
The European bioeconomy and the CAP & Farm to Fork Strategy in support of Europe’s farmers
A harmonised Common Agricultural Policy, Farm to Fork Strategy and Biodiversity Strategy that enables farmers to implement sustainable agricultural practices while improving their profitability can help guarantee the long-term availability of sustainable biomass and unleash the potential of the bioeconomy.
Building on the Fit for 55 Package
BioAdvantage Europe welcomes the increased level of ambition shown in the Commission’s landmark package of legislative proposals, aimed at reaching the EU’s 55% emissions reduction target by 2030 – the ‘Fit for 55 Package’.
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