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Plastic litter: strict regulation is the only remedy

Biobased means thinking in short cycles

Teaching sustainability in secondary education

Sustainable materials need certification and lobbies

Gaia, and James Lovelock’s gentle revenge

Thermocatalytic reforming makes most of biomass

Sustainable construction is organising horizontally

Biobased materials and chemicals driven by performance

Daan Bruggink: building naturally with ORGA

A rich harvest on genetic technology

Vertical farming

PHA business case still shaky

PHA: promising, versatile, biodegradable

Micronutrients, small but essential

Diversity is the key to new agriculture, says Louise Vet

Reconnect with nature – the new sustainability

Brexit was not about the EU

Biobased MEG directly from sugars, a new step in green chemistry

Gas fermentation: another promising biobased technology

Fibres of the future 2: cellulosic fibres from wood

Biobased markets need standardization

GMO debate, nuclear power, and the concept of absolute evil

Gene technology: the same old story, once more

Biobased chemicals will develop beyond the obvious

Fibres of the future (1): cotton and its limits

Synbra and BioBTX win bio-based innovation awards 2016

Gene drive: the new debate

Sustainable Timber Tower on the Rise

Bamboo, a promising feedstock

Economists, listen: the earth is NOT a closed system

Avantium: investment climate in Europe has much improved

Waste is the most important biobased resource; but legal barriers abound

Eva Gladek: Metabolic puts innovation in biobased and sustainability to practice

Reverdia moves away from drop-ins

Cosun researches all beet pulp components

WWF: do not use wood just for energy

The case for new biobased platform chemicals

We need genetic engineering

New biobased materials will carry the breakthrough for the biobased economy

New study reports that in Europe, biodegradable plastics growth is in the bag

Bioeconomy, circular and small scale. Really?

Neol Bio: waste to green chemicals

New Plastics Economy: circular, not yet biobased

Phosphate and phosphorus, use it wisely

Biorenewables key to reduce CO2 emissions, says macroeconomic study

Cellulosic ethanol: feedstock costs predominant, sugar cane cheapest

In memory of Paul Reinshagen

Roundup discussion: much like the climate debate

Catalysis, the key to the future

More biobased plastics for bottles: DuPont announces PTF

Commercializing biobased products

Biobased economy is progressing quite well, says Annita Westenbroek

BioAmber and Reverdia agreement: strengthening the biobased economy

Cleantech has much more economic potential than just low CO2 energy technologies

Mining bio-ore for nickel

Algae: researchers move away from energy