Beer waste can help eliminate parasitic microorganisms in the soil promoting agricultural yield growth. Photo: CC0 Public Domain Free for personal and commercial use No attributionCC0 Public Domain Free for personal and commercial use No attribution

Beer by-products are good for soil as crop yields increase 15%

Beer production leftovers can boost agricultural yields and soil health, Spanish researchers say. The circular solution can control parasitic invertebrates population and accelerate plant growth
Applications for the EU call on "Food, Bioeconomy, Natural Resources, Agriculture and Environment" are open until October 6. Photo: Gerd Altmann Creative Commons CC0 Public domainGerd Altmann Creative Commons CC0 Public domain

Food, bioeconomy, agriculture: one month left to join EU €1 bn call

There is time until October 6 to submit your projects under the €1 bn European call for projects on food, agriculture and bioeconomy. The goal? "Accelerate the ecological transition to achieve climate neutrality."
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Without the bioeconomy we will not be able to protect soil health

On Friday 1 October at 10 the Re Soil Foundation organizes a web conference as part of the PreCOP26 initiatives. Twelve internationally renowned experts will explain the role of the bioeconomy in safeguarding the quality of European soils.
Cotton decomposes much faster in soil than synthetic fibers such as polyester. Photo: Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0)Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0)

Australian cotton industry seeks to turn clothes into climate-friendly soil ameliorants

A project to make cotton a resource for soil. A useful solution for a country still wasting 85% of its used clothing
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The post-pandemic crisis does not scare the European bioeconomy

The 7th report "Bioeconomy in Europe" by Intesa San Paolo: the total turnover in 2020 is worth 320 billion, with 2 million employees.
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The bioeconomy can save soil health. But where is Europe at?

Thursday 3 June at 3 pm, web conference for the EU Green Week to highlight the latest advances made by research and European institutions in favor of the bioeconomy, starting from the best practices already developed.
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“Plastic in soils, why the EU Commission has not yet raised this issue?”

The European Circular Bioeconomy Policy Initiative accuses the EU Commission of neglecting the issue of plastic contamination in the soil. The proposal: allowing the use of only certified compostable bioplastic. Italy indicated as an example to imitate
Recycling organic waste and returning it back to the soil is an essential strategy for the circular bioeconomy. Photo: Pixi.org CC0 Public Domain. Free for commercial use. No attribution requiredCC0 Public Domain. Free for commercial use. No attribution required

There’s no green transition without bioeconomy

ECBPI Manifesto unveiled. Here's why the circular bioeconomy is an opportunity for soil and the economy.
Circular bioeconomy, a network to promote it launched in Brussels

Circular bioeconomy, a network to promote it launched in Brussels

The European Circular Bioeconomy Policy Initiative kicks off:…
Plastic packaging: Europe faces a waste problem

Plastic packaging: Europe faces a waste problem

Dal 1° gennaio sono in vigore regole più stringenti sull'esportazione di rifiuti e sul calcolo dei tassi di riciclo. Risultato: l'obiettivo Ue del 50% di plastica riciclata entro cinque anni si allontana. Ridurre l'uso e la produzione di materiali plastici diventa ancora più urgente.