Irelands kicks off Irish Bioeconomy Week with a series of maps

October 19, 2020 |

In Ireland, a series of maps released by Teagasc each day from October 19-23 as part of Irish Bioeconomy Week will answer questions including: What is the bioeconomy? Is it relevant to me, my sector, my business, the place where I live or my farm? What is unique about it? How does Ireland compare relative to other European countries? And how can I get involved?

The bioeconomy concerns and links together environmental, agricultural and industrial activities and includes nature, farmers, industrial processes, new value-added bio-based products, and services such as energy and waste. It seeks to address challenges that are key to our livelihoods and where we live ranging, from climate change to regional development.  Thus, the maps address different elements each day.

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