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13 Jan 2021 Intelligence

Bioeconomy

Bioeconomy

Bioeconomy

Transform algae into fuel, recycle plastic, convert waste into pieces of furniture or clothing or even transform industrial by-products into bio-based fertilizers. The bioeconomy is deserving of the attention of academics and leaves no industrial sector indifferent.

The proposal is attractive in the times that we live with the economic crisis and growing environmental concerns. The creation of new jobs and products based on the bioeconomy can serve as fuel to rekindle markets and countries are watching.

The Canadian government responded to the trend...

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