From September 3 to 9, the Grand Est region will be celebrating the Bioeconomy week at the 76th edition of the Chalons Fair. During this week, topics such as training, digital agriculture, plant fibers, biofuels and biodiversity will be discussed in a series of conferences and round tables. The fair also has an exhibition area where different bio-based products will be presented everyday.
On September 8, Inazio Martínez de Arano from the Bioregions Facility will take part of the round table “Potential for the development of a territorial forest bioeconomy in Grand Est”. In this session, experts will discuss the opportunities of the forest bioeconomy in the region to generate a sustainable economy, the potential of the forest to offer products and services, and the role of the different actors involved.
That same day the University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne will present its work and innovations in the bioeconomy sector, with several workshops on bio-based products.
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