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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)

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.