Leading the way to a new European bioeconomy strategy





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Streamed live on May 10, 2017

•How can bioeconomy contribute to sustainable and circular economic development?
•What makes a successful bioeconomy strategy?
•How can we move from strategy to action?

This is a recording of the ThinkForest seminar held on 10 May 2017 at the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL), Berlin.

(01:14 - 14:46) Göran Persson, ThinkForest President
(15:13 - 18:10) Knut Øistad, Chair of the Board, European Forest Institute

(19:00 - 42:34) Circular economy and bioeconomy connection
Janez Potočnik, Co‐Chair of UN International Resource Panel

(43:36 - 58:31) EU Bioeconomy Strategy updating
Waldemar Kütt, Head of Unit - Bioeconomy Strategy, DG Research and Innovation, European Commission

(1:03:40 - 1:15:51) Forest-based bioeconomy as a part of the German national bioeconomy strategy
Hermann Onko Aeikens, State Secretary, Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture, Germany

(1:17:08 - 1:41:49) Insights for updating the EU Bioeconomy Strategy
Marc Palahí, Director, EFI

(1:43:00 - 2:27:28) Panel discussion: “Successful Bioeconomy Strategy and Action Needed”

Moderator: Joanna Dupont-Inglis, Chair of the EU Bioeconomy Panel
Mika Aalto, Head of Division - Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment of Finland
Felix Creutzig, Chair Sustainability Economics of Human Settlements, Technical University Berlin
Waldemar Kütt, Head of Unit - Strategy, DG Research and Innovation
Cristina Narbona, Council Member, CSN, Spain (Minister of Environment, Spain 2004‐2008)

(2:27:45 - 2:34:44) Concluding remarks
Göran Persson, ThinkForest President


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