Wasted food. Polluted seas. Landfill sites full to bursting. After years of using our precious natural resources as if they were limitless, the outcomes of our behaviours are making it clear that it is time to change our ways. And the answer? Well, a no-waste, environmentally and socially considerate bioeconomy is an excellent place to start. A sustainable, circular bioeconomy uses innovation and harnesses the power of bioscience and biotechnology to responsibly produce food, cut down on waste and shift to bio-based alternatives to plastics and fossil fuels, meeting the needs of a growing population while preserving our natural resources.
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