Calling Europe’s primary production sector
The reduction of CO2 emissions and an overall lower waste production chain hinge on the successful uptake of sustainable bio-based business models in the primary production sector. The EU-funded COOPID project is proposing a new strategy. A network of COOPID Bioeconomy Clusters from 10 European countries has been created ad hoc, involving a range of stakeholders: primary producers, in cooperatives or associations, within agriculture, forestry and aquaculture; industry; public sector; research and academia. Based on the proposed model, COOPID ambassadors will showcase success stories, organise workshops and conduct interactive dissemination and communication campaigns. One of the main target groups will be women and young producers who have great potential to innovate but are underrepresented in the primary production sector.
Field of science
- /social sciences/economics and business/economics/bioeconomy
- /social sciences/economics and business/business and management/business model
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Funding SchemeCSA - Coordination and support action