Closing the loop through cooperation… A new article on the Interreg blog features BIOECO R.D.I.
INTERREG blog features the joint article by Interreg ADRION and Interreg Danube focusing on good practices of two projects; one of whom ADRION’S BIOECO-R.D.I project with a focus on the activities of the Ruđer Bošković Institute in Croatia as part of a series on how transnational cooperation contributes to the EU Green Deal.
“The Adriatic-Ionian region is identified as the area with a relevant unexploited potential of biomass from agricultural, fisheries and forestry waste and residues. However, bioeconomy is not fully evolved here, showing significant delays in green conversion, technology transfer and cross-sector integration processes. The challenge is to encourage companies and businesses to start investing in a more eco-oriented production, allowing for sustainable development and growth. The Interreg project BIOECO-R.D.I has tackled this issue by designing the BIO-ECOnomy Research-Driven Innovation Strategy for the Adriatic-Ionian region, a roadmap which facilitates the development of a regional innovative system based on bioeconomy”.
If you want to know more about how Interreg ADRION project BIOECO-R.D.I and Interreg Danube project MOVECO contributed to the EU Green Deal and circular economy, read the full article here.