Post Term: BIOSTEP

BioSTEP Research Recommendations – Engaging Stakeholders and Citizens in the Bioeconomy

BioSTEP Research Recommendations – Engaging Stakeholders and Citizens in the Bioeconomy

The bioeconomy holds potential solutions to important challenges of the future. The social, economic and environmental impacts associated with its products and processes, however, will require extensive dialogue processes on the future development of the bioeconomy.

BioSTEP aimed to promote a public dialogue on the goals of the Bioeconomy, to increase overall awareness and understanding, as well as consequences and benefits. It applied a three-tier approach to reach all relevant actors in the bioeconomy domain by using tailored communication tools, such as workshops, conferences, exhibitions and public debates on the bioeconomy.

The experience gained and lessons learned from BioSTEP are captured in a series of publications covering research recommendations, policy advice and practioners’ guidelines. Included are BioSTEP research recommendations – Engaging Stakeholders and Citizens in the Bioeconomy.

BioSTEP Policy Paper – Creating Networks for the Transition to a Bio-based and Circular Economy

BioSTEP Policy Paper – Creating Networks for the Transition to a Bio-based and Circular Economy

The bioeconomy holds potential solutions to important challenges of the future. The social, economic and environmental impacts associated with its products and processes, however, will require extensive dialogue processes on the future development of the bioeconomy.

BioSTEP aimed to promote a public dialogue on the goals of the Bioeconomy, to increase overall awareness and understanding, as well as consequences and benefits. It applied a three-tier approach to reach all relevant actors in the bioeconomy domain by using tailored communication tools, such as workshops, conferences, exhibitions and public debates on the bioeconomy.

The experience gained and lessons learned from BioSTEP are captured in a series of publications covering research recommendations, policy advice and practioners’ guidelines. Included is the policy paper Creating Networks for the Transition to a Bio-based and Circular Economy.

 

BioSTEP Guidelines for Practioners – Stakeholder and Citizen Participation in Bioeconomy Strategies.

BioSTEP Guidelines for Practioners – Stakeholder and Citizen Participation in Bioeconomy Strategies.

The bioeconomy holds potential solutions to important challenges of the future. The social, economic and environmental impacts associated with its products and processes, however, will require extensive dialogue processes on the future development of the bioeconomy.

BioSTEP aimed to promote a public dialogue on the goals of the Bioeconomy, to increase overall awareness and understanding, as well as consequences and benefits. It applied a three-tier approach to reach all relevant actors in the bioeconomy domain by using tailored communication tools, such as workshops, conferences, exhibitions and public debates on the bioeconomy.

The experience gained and lessons learned from BioSTEP are captured in a series of publications covering research recommendations, policy advice and practioners’ guidelines. Includes are the BioSTEP Guidelines for Practioners – Stakeholder and Citizen Participation in Bioeconomy Strategies.

 

 

BioSTEP exhibition brochure: Bioeconomy in everyday life (in English)

BioSTEP exhibition brochure: Bioeconomy in everyday life (in English)

The bioeconomy holds potential solutions to important challenges of the future. The social, economic and environmental impacts associated with its products and processes, however, will require extensive dialogue processes on the future development of the bioeconomy.

BioSTEP aimed to promote a public dialogue on the goals of the Bioeconomy, to increase overall awareness and understanding, as well as consequences and benefits. It applied a three-tier approach to reach all relevant actors in the bioeconomy domain by using tailored communication tools, such as workshops, conferences, exhibitions and public debates on the bioeconomy.

BioSTEP exhibitions were organised in four locations: Glasgow, Brescia, Padua and Stara Zagora.  Included is the brochure (in English) showing samples of bio-based products in everyday life that were shown at the exhibition organised by BioSTEP in Glasgow,Scotland (2016).

BioSTEP exhibition brochure: Bioeconomy in everyday life (in Italian), Brescia edition

BioSTEP exhibition brochure: Bioeconomy in everyday life (in Italian), Brescia edition

The bioeconomy holds potential solutions to important challenges of the future. The social, economic and environmental impacts associated with its products and processes, however, will require extensive dialogue processes on the future development of the bioeconomy.

BioSTEP aimed to promote a public dialogue on the goals of the Bioeconomy, to increase overall awareness and understanding, as well as consequences and benefits. It applied a three-tier approach to reach all relevant actors in the bioeconomy domain by using tailored communication tools, such as workshops, conferences, exhibitions and public debates on the bioeconomy.

BioSTEP exhibitions were organised in four locations: Glasgow, Brescia, Padua and Stara Zagora.  Included is the brochure (in Italian) showing samples of bio-based products in everyday life that were shown at the exhibition organised by BioSTEP in Brescia, Italy (2017).

BioSTEP exhibition brochure: Bioeconomy in everyday life (in Italian), Padua edition

BioSTEP exhibition brochure: Bioeconomy in everyday life (in Italian), Padua edition

The bioeconomy holds potential solutions to important challenges of the future. The social, economic and environmental impacts associated with its products and processes, however, will require extensive dialogue processes on the future development of the bioeconomy.

BioSTEP aimed to promote a public dialogue on the goals of the Bioeconomy, to increase overall awareness and understanding, as well as consequences and benefits. It applied a three-tier approach to reach all relevant actors in the bioeconomy domain by using tailored communication tools, such as workshops, conferences, exhibitions and public debates on the bioeconomy.

BioSTEP exhibitions were organised in four locations: Glasgow, Brescia, Padua and Stara Zagora.  Included is the brochure (in Italian) showing samples of bio-based products in everyday life that were shown at the exhibition organised by BioSTEP in Padua, Italy (2017).

BioSTEP exhibition brochure:  Bioeconomy in everyday life (in Bulgarian)

BioSTEP exhibition brochure: Bioeconomy in everyday life (in Bulgarian)

The bioeconomy holds potential solutions to important challenges of the future. The social, economic and environmental impacts associated with its products and processes, however, will require extensive dialogue processes on the future development of the bioeconomy.

BioSTEP aimed to promote a public dialogue on the goals of the Bioeconomy, to increase overall awareness and understanding, as well as consequences and benefits. It applied a three-tier approach to reach all relevant actors in the bioeconomy domain by using tailored communication tools, such as workshops, conferences, exhibitions and public debates on the bioeconomy.

BioSTEP exhibitions were organised in four locations: Glasgow, Brescia, Padua and Stara Zagora.  Included is the brochure (in Bulgarian) showing samples of bio-based products in everyday life that were shown at the exhibition organised by BioSTEP in Stara Zagora, Bulgaria (2017)

BIOSTEP – Promoting stakeholder engagement and public awareness for a participative governance of the European bioeconomy

BIOSTEP – Promoting stakeholder engagement and public awareness for a participative governance of the European bioeconomy

The bioeconomy holds potential solutions to important challenges of the future.

The social, economic and environmental impacts associated with its products and processes, however, will require extensive dialogue processes on the future development of the bioeconomy.

For this purpose, BioSTEP will apply a three-tier approach which aims at reaching all relevant actors in the bioeconomy domain, particularly policy makers, various stakeholder groups (scientists, business, non-governmental organisations, etc.), and citizens.

Tailored communication tools, including workshops, conferences and exhibitions, will be developed for each target group in order to maximize outreach and to facilitate active engagement in public debates on the bioeconomy.

At a regional level, a ‘living lab’ approach will be applied and tested, which facilitates the involvement of public-private networks of stakeholders in bioeconomy-based innovation and business model development processes.

  • Grant Agreement ID
    652682
  • Call Topic
    H2020-EU.3.2.
  • Project Website
  • Duration
    From: 2015-03-01
    To: 2018-02-28
  • Overall Budget
    1 760 581,25 €
  • Coordinator
    ECOLOGIC INSTITUT gemeinnützige GmbH

PROJECT CONTENTS

BioSTEP exhibition brochure: Bioeconomy in everyday life (in Bulgarian)
The bioeconomy holds potential solutions to important challenges of the future. The social, economic and environmental impacts associated with its
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BioSTEP exhibition brochure: Bioeconomy in everyday life (in English)
The bioeconomy holds potential solutions to important challenges of the future. The social, economic and environmental impacts associated with its
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BioSTEP exhibition brochure: Bioeconomy in everyday life (in Italian), Brescia edition
The bioeconomy holds potential solutions to important challenges of the future. The social, economic and environmental impacts associated with its
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BioSTEP exhibition brochure: Bioeconomy in everyday life (in Italian), Padua edition
The bioeconomy holds potential solutions to important challenges of the future. The social, economic and environmental impacts associated with its
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BioSTEP Guidelines for Practioners – Stakeholder and Citizen Participation in Bioeconomy Strategies.
The bioeconomy holds potential solutions to important challenges of the future. The social, economic and environmental impacts associated with its
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BioSTEP Policy Paper – Creating Networks for the Transition to a Bio-based and Circular Economy
The bioeconomy holds potential solutions to important challenges of the future. The social, economic and environmental impacts associated with its
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BioSTEP Research Recommendations – Engaging Stakeholders and Citizens in the Bioeconomy
The bioeconomy holds potential solutions to important challenges of the future. The social, economic and environmental impacts associated with its
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