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Biobased economy in the polder

Count on mankind’s stupidity – and its resilience

True Price: Roefie Hueting was right

Jan Rotmans: much creativity in the transition towards the biobased economy

Oxfam still much too harsh

Wind power: lessons from an industrial past

Crib captures CO2, as coal-fired power stations do not

Shale gas: in the Cevennes, people stay alert

Oxfam Novib: present developments lead us to act against biofuels

Parents, let your children be operators in the bioeconomy

The moral judgment ‘food should not be used as a fuel’ is untenable

Do we need to produce biofuels? Yes, we do!

Oxfam: better sooner than later

Oxfam food/fuel report: conclusions do not follow from evidence

Plastic soup for dummies

Certification is of the essence in the biobased economy

BioAmber: the success of open innovation and partnering

The biobased society in the Dutch coalition agreement

Danish Novozymes and Italian Beta Renewables join forces in cellulosic biofuel projects

Petrol from water and air, sense and nonsense

Biofuels without agro

Against the plastic soup

Innovative Dutch chemical industry in a Northwest-European cluster

Staatsbosbeheer: wood is competitive

Long live Europe: seven trends which will carry us through the crisis

Growth?

Betaprocess: acceleration of fermentation by vacuum extrusion

Europe hesitates and lags behind

The entire potato

Green economy to overcome the crisis

It does not work

Long live Europe, trend 7: Europe was, is and will remain one of the most important producers of scientific knowledge in the world

Shale gas is responsible for a gas price seven times as low in the US as in Europe

Long live Europe, conclusion: think global, act local

Green economy, a liberal debate

European Commission takes a closer look at the regions

Bioplastics from carbon dioxide, new and biodegradable

The carbon dioxide economy, the next revolution in chemistry

China might master artificial photosynthesis and artificial meat within five years

Rein Willems, outgoing chairman of Dutch Topsector Chemistry

Jos Keurentjes (AkzoNobel): green base chemicals production to slow down because of shale gas

Long live Europe, trend 6: small-scale energy systems

Gunter Pauli and the ‘Blue Economy’

Industrial Biotech power players to give snapshot of global bioeconomy development at EFIB 2012

A sustainability festival

Lars Hansen (Novozymes): Europe should synchronize its policy and funding

Novozymes: sugar will become the new oil

The European Commission’s alcohol problem

SeaGriculture

Long live Europe, trend 5: decentralisation of industry in a biobased society

EuropaBio’s Most Innovative Biotech SME Award 2012

Shale gas in Europe

Sustainability and the bonobo

No chemistry

China plans to gain top 3 spot in biomedical materials industry

‘Cheap shale gas’ concept challenged

Bioplastics sustainable after all: Pittsburgh study inadequate

Political café on the green economy

Long live Europe, trend 4: sustainability as a common goal

The biobased economy challenged by shale gas, a discussion

Agro-food industry and agriculture cooperate in minerals recycling

Election debates

In memory of Leo Jansen (1934-2012)

Carbon dioxide economy

Long live Europe, trend 3: new social networks are on the rise

Futureland

Mark Bünger (Lux Research): as yet many questions, few answers in the biobased economy

Many steps needed for full-fledged green chemicals industry, says Lux report

BASF, Cargill and Novozymes: acrylic acid production from renewable feedstock

Selective usage

How the West was lost

Long live Europe, trend 2: organisations will be founded on trust

Use biomass selectively, says Leopoldina report

Cargill ships first sustainable rapeseed oil to Unilever

PLA to become a major biobased plastic

DSM, a smart player in the biobased economy

Sustainability: more focus on opportunities, less on threats

Long live Europe, trend 1: women will take the lead

Why it is so hard to sell sustainability

Debrief Rio+20

An avalanche on wheels

Shale gas, a possible threat to green chemistry?

Agro rock, agro lit, agro fashion

Why PEF is better than PET

Lignin, new opportunities

Top sector policy, a mission impossible?

Will there ever be a big BPM factory in Europe?

Europe’s bioeconomy: this year is decisive

Logistics in the biobased society

Ruud Lubbers: Rotterdam is going to be the biohub for North-western Europe

Marcel Wubbolts: DSM is the first in second generation biobased

Synbra takes the biobased economy to your home