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Bioeconomy Stakeholder Conference - Presentations

At the Bioeconomy Stakeholder Conference in Lund on the 15th of May 2017, industry, academia and public organisations discussed challenges and opportunities across whole biomass value chains.

You can find the program, including short presentations of the speakers, and the presentations as pdf’s below. The conference was filmed and will be added as soon as the film has been made available.

If you have questions, please contact Anna Ekberg at Lund University Sustainability Forum: anna.ekberg [at] cec.lu.se

PDF iconProgramme Bioeconomy Stakeholder Conference 15_maj_2017.pdf

Presentations:

  • Advancing the transition to bioeconomy: A systems approach. Deniz Koca, Centre for environmental and climate research, Lund University.
    PDF icondeniz koca.pdf
  • Collaboration for a shift to circular and bio-based economy. Camilla Lehorst, Swedish Government Innovation partnership programme Circular and bio-based economy.
    PDF iconcamilla_lehorst_15_maj_2017.pdf
  • Regional development boosting bioeconomy. Mikael Stamming, Regional development Region Skåne
    PDF iconmikael_stamming_15_maj_2017.pdf
  • Challenges and opportunities for the bioeconomy in Europe: a policy perspective. Agnes Borg, European Bioeconomy Alliance
    PDF iconagnes_borg_15_maj_2017.pdf
  • Unlocking the full potentials of the biomass: higher value from biorefining. Lene Lange, Technical University of Denmark
    PDF iconlene_lange_15_maj_2017.pdf
  • Opportunities and challenges of forest bioeconomy. Pekka Leskinen, Bioeconomy Programme of European Forest Institute
    PDF iconpekka_leskinen_15_maj_2017.pdf
  • Opportunities and challenges with the transition from fossil to renewable in Arla Foods. Anna-Karin Modin-Edman, Sustainability manager Arla Foods
    PDF iconanna-karin_modin-edman_15_maj_2017.pdf
  • The emerging bio-economy in Europe: Exploring the key governance challenges. Kes McCormick, The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics (IIIEE), Lund University
    PDF iconkes_mccormick_15_maj_2017.pdf
  • Production of food feed and fiber - a challenge for a sustainable bioeconomy. Katarina Hedlund, Centre for environmental and climate research, Lund University
    PDF iconkatarina_hedlund_15_maj_2017.pdf

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