Bioeconomy Ireland Week
Bioeconomy Ireland Week takes place from Monday, 19 to Friday 23 October. Teagasc in collaboration with Agency partners will be presenting a series of maps each day on the bioeconomy to highlight its relevance for a wide range of stakeholders across many sectors.
As part of the Bioeconomy Ireland Week (19th to 23rd October) Teagasc, in collaboration with the Department of Agriculture, Food and Marine (DAFM), IT Tralee, University College Dublin, Trinity College Dublin, Bord Iascaigh Mhara, the Irish Bioeconomy Foundation, and BiOrbic will be presenting a series of maps on the bioeconomy to highlight its relevance for a wide range of stakeholders across many sectors.
As the bioeconomy is a multifaceted concept that includes a multitude of players, processes, products, and services, and aims to address multiple policy objective ranging from climate change to regional development, we will break it down into five main aspects. On each day of Bioeconomy Week we will present one of these aspects with accompanying maps.
The themes for each day include: