Take a look at some of the articles and news produced by our Consortium members about the BioGov.net activities.
A first stakeholder meeting was organized at AVANS University of Applied Sciences on 25 May 2023. In an open debate meeting, participants from various parts of society first shared their personal experiences with, and vision on, the needs and regional priorities with regard to vocational training and lifelong learning in the bioeconomy sector.
As Europe takes bold strides toward a sustainable and resilient future, the bioeconomy emerges as a cornerstone of this transformative journey. At the heart of this transition lies the European Bioeconomy Strategy, a visionary roadmap to harness the potential of biological resources for economic growth and environmental harmony. Amidst this backdrop, the BioGov.net project emerges as a beacon of innovation, carving a path to effective governance, education, and stakeholder collaboration. With its strategic objectives, BioGov.net paves the way for informed decision-making, social engagement, and the widespread adoption of sustainable practices within Europe's dynamic bioeconomy landscape.
BioGov.net partner Q-PLAN INTERNATIONAL organized the first regional Community of Practice (CoP) event in the form of a Focus Group, in Thessaloniki, on Monday, May 29th. Following world café methodology, 14 important members of the local bioeconomy stakeholder system from Greece exchanged views on education challenges in bioeconomy
With sights set on establishing innovative governance models in bioeconomy education, the initial work of BioGov.net aimed to gather invaluable insights into existing practices, identify key elements of success and provide inspiration for future endeavours.
A community of practice (CoP) is a group of people who have an interest, passion, or concern in common and come together to learn more about it. As the name suggests, a CoP collaborates, communicates, and shares knowledge with one another as a community. Members have a shared identity that’s built around their common interests.
Curious to know some of the relevant job profiles in the bioeconomy sector? BioGov.net partners and the 8 Communities of Practice in 8 different countries/regions gather relevant job profiles and compiled them into engaging and design-rich infographics.
BioGov.net designed a sound methodology that uses arts in their different forms and applications to develop systemic thinking, encourage to pursue a career in the bioeconomy, raise awareness and facilitate inclusion.