- Circular Bioeconomy
- Our work
To raise awareness on the forest bioeconomy, we consider it crucial to thoroughly understand how different target groups perceive the bioeconomy and related topics. The views of these different groups are essential to help prioritise regional bioeconomy actions and communications to maximise their impacts.
To obtain insights into how different target groups perceive the bioeconomy, the Bioregions Facility designs and implements Bioeconomy Perceptions Surveys for different target groups. One survey targets government & industry, another survey is aimed at students. Future surveys can focus on consumers and the general public.
Our survey efforts also contribute to large-scale comparative analyses across participating regions that can help harness and promote important strides toward a circular bioeconomy across Europe.
If you are interested in joining this effort by launching the survey to students in your study programme or educational institution, contact the Bioregions Facility at email@example.com.
The Bioeconomy Perceptions Survey targeted at students is an important tool to help regions learn more about their own bioeconomy ecosystem. It aims to provide insights into how students of higher education perceive the role of entrepreneurship in the field of bioeconomy, as well as related opportunities and challenges.
Launch the survey now in your educational institution!
Bioregions will provide the survey link along with an invitation letter for easy deployment. All you have to do is inviting the students in your study programme or educational institution to participate in the survey.
High-level researchers at the European Forest Institute will analyse the survey results and deliver a European-wide final report.
The Bioregions Facility seeks to support regional level policymakers to take advantage of strong regional policy tools and global best practices, create mutually beneficial partnerships with the private sector, and deeply understand the unique regional challenges and supporting conditions for the bioeconomy.
The survey has been launched in six regions: North Karelia, Basque Country, North Rhine-Westphalia, Tuscany, Castilla y León and Central Bohemia. The launch is currently being prepared in Catalonia and Flanders. A variety of other regions has shown interest and is assessing the potential for launch in their region.
Launch the survey now in your region!
Bioregions will provide an easy-to-follow survey toolkit with materials in your local language for easy deployment. All your region needs to do is identify potential respondents within regional government and industry, and invite them to participate.
High-level researchers at the European Forest Institute will analyse the survey results and deliver a final report to your region.
If you are interested in joining this effort by launching the survey in your region, contact the Bioregions Facility at firstname.lastname@example.org.