The World BioEconomy Forum was invited to the UNFCCC COP27 to take part in a bioeconomy panel organised by the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO). This is the very first time the subject of bioeconomy has been discussed as a part of the official programme in the Blue Zone. The panel discussion will be held on 17 November starting at 5pm local time.
The World BioEconomy Forum’s fifth season, 2022, was concluded 7–8 September 2022. This season the theme was centred around World BioEconomy Forum – talks on climate.
Preparations for the World BioEconomy Forum event to be held 7–9 September have been progressing well. All the speakers and panellists are confirmed. There will be 50 top level speakers from over 20 different countries representing the latest developments of the circular bioeconomy.
World Bioproduct Day will be held on 7 July to enhance the awareness of bioproducts once again. World Bioproduct Day itself is advanced by a month-long social media campaign.
The World BioEconomy Forum season 2022 has begun and it will be culminated in the annual conference in Ruka, Finland on 07 – 09 September 2022. The season will pave the way for the first bioeconomy conference to take place after the Northern Hemisphere summer.
The World BioEconomy Forum opens its 2022 season on 10 February, with its first Roundtable on the subject of Bioproducts around us and more precisely “Long
8 December 2021 – The World BioEconomy Forum is pleased to announce new Advisory Board members in preparation for the 2022 season. The Advisory Board
11 November 2021 – The World BioEconomy Forum was concluded 20 October 2021 in Belém, Brazil. Over 1,300 delegates from 44 countries around the world
The World BioEconomy Forum concluded its event in Belém, capital city of Pará State, Brazil this afternoon with a firm declaration on the importance of