Bringing leading edge bioeconomy face-to-face with one of the world’s unique areas of outstanding natural beauty and biodiverse forests. The 2nd World BioEconomy Forum will be held at Ruka on 11–13 September 2019. World BioEconomy Forum will bring together major think tanks, regulators and operators in this famous holiday resort in northeast Finland.
The World BioEconomy Forum at Ruka gathering coincides ideally with the EU’s latest bioeconomy strategy update, and will offer an opportunity to discuss its ramifications in depth with relevant experts in several panel sessions – preliminary heading being:
World BioEconomy Forum seeks to inspire public and private sector bioeconomy stakeholders to explore innovative ways of harnessing the unique bio-resources of Europe’s northern region in pursuit of a sustainable and economically meaningful northern bioeconomy.
Partners engaging in the forum include industrial operators, forest operators, institutes, regulators as well as media.
Partners of 2019 will be published by the end of the year 2018.
Ruka is located in the heart of Boreal area next to Russia and is an example area of a flourishing Bioeconomy. It offers a thriving community committed to ensuring the success of the event and luxurious resort where delegates can also enjoy the relaxing environment of the senic northern Finland, beautiful sceneries and various activities.
An opportunity to work together now and take actions to set a wider example on how to deliver a sustainable future.
Comprising think tanks, Forest industry and regulators who will frame the debate and ensure an insightful dialog between audience and panelists
Bioeconomy stakeholders: Policy makers, Bioindustry, Forest Industry, Chemical Industry, Institutes, Associations
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