The European Commission has called for more funds and better regulation for sustainable job sectors, in adopting a new strategy for a sustainable European bio-economy on 13 February.
The bio-economy is defined by the Commission as “the sustainable production of renewable biological resources and their conversion and that of waste streams into food, feed, bio-based products”. It includes sectors such as agriculture, forestry, fishing, food and paper production and energy indust...
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