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A Bio-Based Day – Video

A Bio-Based Day – Video

The promo videos, that will be produced in Biobridges, will serve as a tool to inform, promote and engage the three target categories of stakeholders of the Biobridges project.

The main idea behind the promo videos is to promote the bioeconomy with specific messages:

  • emphasise the potential positive impact in the consumers lives (societal, environmental, wellbeing, health) and
  • showcase the economical, sustainability, growth and employment opportunities for brands and industries.

In the first video, A Bio-Based Day, Biobridges is following a young lady during her bio-based day, from the wake up to the goodnight, discovering how bio-based products can substitute fossil-based ones in everyday’s lives. 

The video is available in English, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Croatian, Slovak, Estonian and German.

UrBIOfuture webinar 2 : Educational gaps and skills mismatch in the European Bioeconomy

UrBIOfuture webinar 2 : Educational gaps and skills mismatch in the European Bioeconomy

The webinar ‘Educational gaps and skills mismatch in the European Bioeconomy’ was held on January 22nd, from 11:00 to 12:00 CET. It was coordinated by SIE and all the partners contributed with feedback and/or content. It was targeted to anyone interested in learning what the Bioeconomy is and what are the main gaps in the educational programmes related to Bioeconomy in Europe. The aim was to provide attendees with the opportunity to have an overview and hints on the importance of the European bioeconomy in our daily lives, the skills mismatch in the bioeconomy field, as well as to facilitate questions and active discussion.

BioCannDo webinar series: recordings and reports

BioCannDo webinar series: recordings and reports

BioCannDo aimed to increase awareness of bio-based products – products partly or wholly made of biomass –  and informed about potential and long-term benefits of a vibrant bioeconomy sector to the wider public. It also offered a platform for feedback, interaction and engagement in the wider discussion on the value of a bio-based economy.

To facilitate exchange within the project’s networks (of projects and initiatives dealing with bioeconomy communication issues, and of bioeconomy educational  actors) two series of BioCannDo webinars were implemented, targeting:

  • stakeholders that want to engage with others and learn more on how to communicate the benefits of the bioeconomy
  • educators involved in developing and/or teaching bio-based (online) educational materials or programmes in Europe.

Recordings and reports of the webinar series can be accessed at http://www.allthings.bio/past-events/

BioCannDo: Video clips featuring bio-based products

BioCannDo: Video clips featuring bio-based products

BioCannDo aimed to increase awareness of bio-based products – products partly or wholly made of biomass –  and informed about potential and long-term benefits of a vibrant bioeconomy sector to the wider public. It also offered a platform for feedback, interaction and engagement in the wider discussion on the value of a bio-based economy.

Series of eight social media video clips featuring bio-based products answering common consumer questions with a playful tone of voice. 

Products covered include bio-based soap, bio-based straws, bio-based plates, bio-based toy, bio-based home cleaning products, durable bio-based coffee mug, bio-based t-shirt, and bio-based lipstick.