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The Baltic Sea Region has the potential to become one of the world's leading regions in green growth and sustainable development. The region has well-developed infrastructure, technological and environmental knowledge and a large concentration of biomass. The bioeconomy offers many new business and job opportunities; it opens up for new development in rural areas and and it offers an abundance of opportunities to grow primary industries.


Five principles for sustainable bioeconomy

PA-Bioeconomy 2018-2020 - EUSBSR

The Nordic Council of Ministers is Policy Area Coordinator for Bioeconomy in EU’s Baltic Sea Region Strategy. The policy area covers also agriculture, forestry, fisheries and rural development. Besides NCM, it has project partners from Sweden, Finland and Lithuania.
For more information on the activities in PA-Bioeconomy 2018-2020 please click here

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The Nordic Council of Ministers
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