“An ambitious bioeconomy strategy for Europe is needed.
EFI has launched new research programmes to support the implementation of its new strategy: Bioeconomy and Resilience. Both of the programmes are the main units responsible for leading, coordinating and developing the respective strategic themes with the support of other units.
Lithuania has ratified the Convention on the European Forest Institute, the entry into force will take place on 1 April 2017.
The need to move away from a linear fossil-based economy towards a bio-based circular economy is widely acknowledged.