Tag: Awareness raising

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 Factsheet: Seven things to know about bioeconomy

BioCannDo Factsheet: Seven things to know about bioeconomy

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.

BioCannDo developed multi-stakeholder proven key messages for communicating functionality and sustainability aspects of bio-based products with the general public. A dedicated factsheet and additional communication materials are available for each of three product groups: household cleaning products, insulation materials, food packaging). A fourth factsheet describes key messages on the bioeconomy in general.

BioCannDo Factsheet: Bio-based household cleaning products

BioCannDo Factsheet: Bio-based household cleaning 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.

BioCannDo developed multi-stakeholder proven key messages for communicating functionality and sustainability aspects of bio-based products with the general public. A dedicated factsheet and additional communication materials are available for each of three product groups: household cleaning products, insulation materials, food packaging). A fourth factsheet describes key messages on the bioeconomy in general.

BioCannDo Factsheet: Bio-based insulation materials

BioCannDo Factsheet: Bio-based insulation materials

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.

BioCannDo developed multi-stakeholder proven key messages for communicating functionality and sustainability aspects of bio-based products with the general public. A dedicated factsheet and additional communication materials are available for each of three product groups: household cleaning products, insulation materials, food packaging). A fourth factsheet describes key messages on the bioeconomy in general.

BioCannDo Factsheet: Bio-based Food Packaging

BioCannDo Factsheet: Bio-based Food Packaging

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.

BioCannDo developed multi-stakeholder proven key messages for communicating functionality and sustainability aspects of bio-based products with the general public. A dedicated factsheet and additional communication materials are available for each of three product groups: household cleaning products, insulation materials, food packaging). A fourth factsheet describes key messages on the bioeconomy in general.

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.

BioCannDo: Insights and practical tips

BioCannDo: Insights and practical tips

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.

The final publication of the BioCannDo project contains practical guidelines and practical tips on communicating about the bioeconomy, presented in the form of 10 insights.

 

BioCannDo online portal AllThings.Bio

BioCannDo online portal AllThings.Bio

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.

The BioCannDo online portal and information hub contains the legacy of the BioCannDo project. It aggregates the different social media channels (YouTube, Facebook, Twitter) used and communication formats/tools developed (including journalistic articles, web videos, storytelling resources, popular science quizzes, “facts or myths” and problem solving posts, et cetera).

Also provides access to four factsheets with Key Messages and four interactive storytelling kits. The sets contain in both cases a generic introduction and three product-specific items (addressing bio-based cleaning products, insulation materials & food packaging).

BIOPROM: Description of exhibition elements (detailed)

BIOPROM: Description of exhibition elements (detailed)

BIOPROM established a network of  science centres, science museums and organisers of exhibitions to prepare common tools when communicating science  in the field of bioeconomy  to the larger public.

One of these concepts was to address the interests and concerns of citizens through an interactive exhibition in association with science concepts with citizens/ debates and participative democracy tools.

The exhibition was designed to be suitable for all ages, addressing the complex issues of the bioeconomy through the use of touch-screens, interactive workshops, tours, a cinematic area and talks.

The document presents a detailed description of exhibition elements (in German). The “Mission Possible: Wood – sustainable and valuable” exhibition included a workshop area where visitors and stakeholders were informed about selected topics in bioeconomy which  increased discussions on these issues.

BIOPROM: Description of exhibition elements (general)

BIOPROM: Description of exhibition elements (general)

BIOPROM established a network of  science centres, science museums and organisers of exhibitions to prepare common tools when communicating science  in the field of bioeconomy  to the larger public.

One of these concepts was to address the interests and concerns of citizens through an interactive exhibition in association with science concepts with citizens/ debates and participative democracy tools.

The exhibition was designed to be suitable for all ages, addressing the complex issues of the bioeconomy through the use of touch-screens, interactive workshops, tours, a cinematic area and talks.

The document presents a general description of exhibition elements (in German). The “Mission Possible: Wood – sustainable and valuable” exhibition included a workshop area where visitors and stakeholders were informed about selected topics in bioeconomy which  increased discussions on these issues.