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.

Click on the titles to read the previous articles The road ahead for electromobility and Clear waters through cooperation by Interreg ADRION on how transnational cooperation contributes to the EU Green Deal.