Germany backs €3.6bn plan to support bioeconomy and bio-based products

//Germany backs €3.6bn plan to support bioeconomy and bio-based products

Germany backs €3.6bn plan to support bioeconomy and bio-based products

“While we need to import fossil raw materials, renewables just grow around the corner in our meadows, fields and forests.”

The German government has set out plans to accelerate its low-carbon transition by investing €3.6 billion in projects that help to strengthen its bioeconomy and create a market for bio-based products.

The Ministry for Food and Agriculture (@bmel) and the Ministry for Education Research (@BMBF_Bund) made the joint announcement last week (15 January) in light of the federal cabinet passing a national bioeconomy strategy.

According to the German government, the main aim of the country’s national strategy on the bioeconomy will be to work towards “a sustainable, cycle-oriented and highly-innovative German economy”.

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By |2020-01-21T09:46:12+00:00January 21st, 2020|News from the web|Comments Off on Germany backs €3.6bn plan to support bioeconomy and bio-based products