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Worldwide strategies

Worldwide strategies

The bioeconomy is gaining ground all over the world. A large number of countries have now adopted bioeconomy strategies - with various focus areas. You can find them in the following overview.

Worldwide strategies

Die Flagge Neuseelands
Country
New Zealand's bioeconomy is characterised by agriculture, the food industry and fishing - a bioenergy sector is developing.
Die Flagge Australiens
Country
The export of primary products supports the economy of the world's sixth-largest state. In particular, its agricultural produce such as wheat, wool, meat and wine are known all over the world.
Die Flagge Uruguays
Country
Building on a biotechnology strategy, the potential for bioeconomy is currently being explored in Uruguay.

Products in everyday life

Kaffeekapsel aus nachwachsenden Rohstoffen
Products
15.05.2019
Coffee is the favorite drink in Germany. According to the German Coffee Association, 86% of all adults in Germany drink it every...
Waschmittel
Products
18.02.2019
At the beginning of the 20th century, the "first automatic detergent" went on sale. It promised clean laundry after only 30...
Nagellack
Products
04.01.2019
Decorating finger and toe nails is not a recent trend. The oldest proof for decorated nails is about 5000 years old and comes...
adidas Laufschuhe aus  Biosteel-Faser
Products
08.10.2018
The demands on modern running shoes are high. They should be light and stable, tear-resistant and stretchy, even when wet.

Analyses and statistics

Kleiderstange mit Kleidung
Studies and statistics
08.04.2019
The textile industry is considered to be one of the most environmentally damaging and resource-intensive sectors of the economy. How can this sector be made more sustainable?
Erster Weltzustandsbericht für Biodiversität in Landwirtschaft und Ernährung
Studies and statistics
05.03.2019
On 22 February 2019, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) published the first report on the State of the World’s Biodiversity for Food and Agriculture.
Zucker
Studies and statistics
25.01.2019
A new study by the nova-Institut investigates the sustainability of biobased raw materials for the chemical industry, both quantitatively and qualitatively.
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