CEE2ACT ONLINE INVENTORY

Open-source online inventory of good practices for the establishment and implementation of bioeconomies and green transition

About Inventory

CEE2ACT on-line inventory provides examples of good practices, existing on-line facilities, and bioeconomy-related projects in five areas (bioeconomy strategies & action plans, inter-institutional cooperation, efficient bio-based industry, monitoring & evaluation indicators, capacity building), enabling access to information and exchange of know-how. The inventory is intended for wide spectrum of stakeholders, including bio-based value chains actors, R&D, academia, investors, policy and decision makers, public administrators, and National Bioeconomy Hubs members to showcase the solutions, opportunities and to support the process of capacity building, aiming at sustainable governance and the promotion of a green transition

Bioeconomy strategies & action plans

This area provides examples of projects and good practices from development and implementation of bioeconomy strategies and/or action plans in European countries.

Inter-institutional cooperation

This area provides examples of projects and good practices in inter-institutional cooperation, inter- ministerial governance and coordination and stakeholders’ engagement to boost bioeconomy in European countries.

Efficient bio-based industry

This area provides examples of projects and good practices in design and implementation of bio- based solutions, products and services by industrial actors to drive the change to sustainable alternatives.

Monitoring & evaluation indicators

This area provides examples of good practices of bioeconomy monitoring and evaluation indicators, which were developed by other projects or successfully used in practice.

Capacity
building

This area provides examples of tools/toolkits and educational/training materials, which were developed by other projects or successfully used in practice with the aim to improve the capacity building of bioeconomy stakeholders.



BEST PRACTICES


SYMOBIO: Systemic Monitoring and Modelling of the Bioeconomy



#Bioeconomy strategy
Citizen dialogue on bioeconomy



#Stakeholders engagement
Biopioneers – Clever minds and their innovations



#Stakeholders engagement
ProPlanta: Protecting plants with antimicrobial peptides and gallates



#Cooperation
Innovation made easy - Ideas contest: “New products for the bioeconomy”



#Cooperation
BioeconomyREVIER



#Bioeconomy strategy
Science year 2020/2021: Bioeconomy in Germany



#Bioeconomy strategy
BIoRural Toolkit



#Capacity building
CELEBio: Potentials and benefits of bio-based activities for the local economies in Central Europe



#Capacity building
NewTechAqua Training Programme



#Capacity building
WoodChainManager



#Capacity building
VCG – Value Chain Generator



#Capacity building
GO-GRASS business assessment tools, and “how to get started manual”



#Capacity building
The BioMonitor model toolbox for addressing critical knowledge gaps in support of the implementation of European Bioeconomy Strategy



#Indicator
Circular Cities and Regions Initiative



#Cooperation
Deep demonstration – partnership between the government and KIC Climate



#Cooperation
Circular technological concepts and business models in Slovenian agriculture



#Cooperation
Cooperation of bioeconomy clusters for bio-based knowledge transfer via Innovative Dissemination techniques in the primary production sector



#Cooperation
Scalable Technologies for Bio Urban Waste Recovery



#Cooperation
Hub of circular cities boosting platform to foster investments for the valorisation of urban biowaste and wastewater



#Cooperation

ABOUT PROJECT



The aim of the project is to empower countries in Central and Eastern Europe (Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Greece, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia) to develop circular bioeconomy strategies and action plans through innovative governance models and knowledge transfer from experienced countries (Austria, Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, Finland, Sweden) to achieve better informed decision-making processes, societal engagement and innovations, thus enabling sustainability and resilience.

09/2022 – 08/2025

Duration

17

Partners

EUR 3.9

Budget in millions

10

National bioeconomy hubs

Our Partners

Geonardo
IUNG 2
Greenovate
CIRCE
CSCP
CLUBE
RISE
Institute_of_Forestry
CZU
Wageningen
Anteja
WWF
Luke
Bioeconomy Cluster
EFA
ASIMCOV_AIRAF
BOKU

Contact Us

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    Project coordinator

    María Beatriz Rosell‎

    maria.beatriz.rosell@geonardo.com

      Online inventory

      Andrej Gero

      info@bioeconomy.sk

      If you have any interesting best practice related to bioeconomy you would like to share with us, contact us at: info@bioeconomy.sk