About the Global Bioeconmy Summit GBS 2018
Around 800 experts from more than 70 countries are expected to participate in the second Global Bioeconomy Summit in Berlin. High-ranking representatives from politics, science, civil society, and the business sector will meet from 19 – 20 April to discuss the latest bioeconomy developments.
In focus: opportunities and challenges for an increasingly biobased and sustainable economy. For the second time, the German Bioeconomy Council, with the financial support of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), has invited experts on bioeconomy, innovation, and sustainability from all over the world to Berlin.
Biomyc was invited to attend GBS18
Biomyc attends the top-level Global Bioeconomy Summit where 800 high-ranking representatives from politics, science, civil society, and the business sector from more than 70 countries met in Berlin to discuss the latest developments and challenges in the global bioeconomy.
More than 100 top-class speakers contributed to the event. They included ministers and government representatives from Asia, Africa, Australia, Europe, South and North America, international policy experts from organizations such as the United Nations, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), and the European Commission, as well as high-level representatives from science, industry, and NGOs. In ten plenary sessions and 14 workshops, the participants discussed a wide range of societal, scientific, economic, and political challenges to implementing the visions of the bioeconomy.