Germany occupies a leading international position in the field of bioeconomy. In 2010, the German government published its National Bioeconomy Research Strategy. It was followed in 2013 by the Bioeconomy Policy Strategy, in which the main goals include a sustainable agricultural policy, the industrial use of renewable raw materials and energy sources based on biomass. In addition, the BMBF has declared 2020/21 the "Bioeconomy Science Year".
The 10th International Bioeconomy Conference in 2022 will focus on the developments of the bioeconomy in a specific region / country. Please feel free to suggest us the partner region of the next conference.