Sustainable and circular bioeconomy for food systems transformation


FAO brings agrifood systems perspective to session on bio-innovations On November 22–23, FAO’s bioeconomy team headed to Paris for the 2022 OECD Green Growth and Sustainable Development (GGSD) Forum. The trip followed hot on the heels of COP 27, where FAO led and participated in many bioeconomy-related side events and launched...
Greater role for bioeconomy in driving climate action advocated at FAO side event FAO finished the COP 27 climate change conference on a high note with the launch of a new publication outlining the powerful links between bioeconomy and climate action. Sustainable and circular bioeconomy in the climate agenda: Opportunities to...
COP 27 participants tune into webinar linking bioeconomy to climate action in agriculture Just in time for COP 27, the upcoming global climate change conference in Sharm El-Sheikh (Egypt), FAO held a specialized bioeconomy webinar on 31 October for female negotiators on the Koronivia Joint Work on Agriculture (KJWA), which recognizes the unique...
Gilles Martin and Hervé Levite sit down to talk to the FAO Bioeconomy team about FAO's Green Cities Initiative and how sustainable bioeconomy applications can help to transform urban agrifood systems. Why is FAO interested in cities? Our world is becoming increasingly urbanized, a phenomenon that is particularly evident in Sub-Saharan Africa, and to...
On October 6–7, FAO joined partners online and in Brussels for the high-level conference on The Bioeconomy - Enabling the European Green Deal in Challenging Times. The conference marked ten years of the European Union’s Bioeconomy Strategy and was an excellent opportunity for delegates to discuss the strategy’s progress and...
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