FAO calls for global coordination for a bioeconomy that leaves no one behind

Bioeconomy refers to an economy that uses biomass as opposed to fossil resources to produce food and non-food goods such as bioplastics and biopharmaceuticals.

With innovation playing a key role in the bio sector, we should ensure that all the knowledge - traditional and new should be equally shared and supported, Semedo explained.

Photo: The skins of Pineapples can be transformed into biodegradable packaging (CC0 Creative Commons from Pixabay.com)

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Ag Sustainability And Innovation
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