A sustainable European bioeconomy is pivotal for achieving the European Green Deal’s objectives. The vitality of the blue pillar within our bioeconomy holds significant promise. As every other sector, fisheries and aquaculture need to become circular to be competitive and sustainable, and to fit the limits of natural resources while providing for people and society.
On 30 January, join our Project Manager Efthalia Arvaniti, representing our groundbreaking Seamark project, as she speaks at the: “Connecting the Dots for a Circular Blue Bioeconomy: From Science to Policy and Regulatory Solutions” event.
This event will talk about the latest developments and potentials in the blue bioeconomy, building on the findings of projects funded by the BlueBio Cofund partnership.