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Circular Bioeconomy

In 2012, the European Commission proposed its first Bioeconomy strategy and action plan to facilitate the transitiontowards greater innovation, resource efficiency, and competitiveness. This proposal was renewed in 2018, with more emphasis on climate change mitigation strategies, developing a circular economy, and progressing towards achieving Sustainable Development Goals. CEIGRAM has researchers with extensive experience in bioeconomic analysis techniques who carry out studies to analyse the agri-environmental connections and their implications on sustainability. This type of study enables the development of bioeconomic models for designing policies and strategies to make the transition to a sustainable agri-environmental economy.