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Save the Date! ETP 'Food for Life' Stakeholder Event
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FoodDrinkEurope Guidance on Printed Cartons
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FoodDrinkEurope Guidelines on the safe use of paper and board made from recycled fibres for food contact use
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Food for Thought: joint declaration from a new agri-food chain coalition
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Priorities for the Italian Presidency of the Council of the European Union
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Data and Trends of the European Food and Drink Industry
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National Technology Platforms Meetings
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Member States' Mirror Group Meetings
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JPI HDHL: Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life
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JPI FACCE: Agriculture Food Security and Climate Change
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SUSFOOD ERA-NET
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European Innovation Partnership (EIP) on 'Agriculture Productivity and Sustainability'
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Bioeconomy Panel
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BioEconomy Stakeholders' Conference: 'From sectors to system, from concept to reality'
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ECOTROPHELIA Europe 2014
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Responses to 2014 Consultations
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Bioeconomy Panel
 

The European Bioeconomy Panel aims at supporting interactions between different policy areas, sectors and stakeholders in the bioeconomy. Because the bioeconomy is made up of many different sectors of the economy, it is difficult for any one expert or organisation to have a complete overview. The Bioeconomy Panel meets that challenge by bringing together, in one group, people with different perspectives and areas of expertise.

The panel is composed of 30 experts from different groups: business and producers, policy-makers and public administrations, scientists and researchers, and civil society organisations. The ETP 'Food for Life' is represented on the Bioeconomy Panel by Ms Beate Kettlitz (Food Policy, Science and R&D Director at FoodDrinkEurope).

Up to date, the panel has written two issues papers, one on biomass supply and one on market-making in the bioeconomy, which were published in a document called 'Where next for the Bioeconomy?' together with a report from the Standing Committee on Agricultural Research (SCAR) and launched during the Third BioEconomy Stakeholders' Conference.


For more information on the Bioeconomy Panel, please view this link.

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