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Biobased economy strategy: through specialty chemicals and materials

Plastic litter: strict regulation is the only remedy

Biobased markets need standardization

Avantium: investment climate in Europe has much improved

Biobased economy is progressing quite well, says Annita Westenbroek

Universities of Applied Sciences important for the biobased economy, says Han van Osch

Sustainability needs green growth

Green Growth, much too optimistic?

Waiting patiently (until the biobased economy has passed away)!?

Now is the moment for a carbon tax, says Paul Ekins

Bioenergy: the ambitions are the problem

Green Deal, lubricant in the system

New opportunities, Green Growth and Naomi Klein

Book Green Growth presented to Dutch parliament

Panarchy, for a transition with less disruption

Naomi Klein: everyone will be affected

Biobased transition in Europe: how fast?

Cooperatives essential for the biobased economy, says Yvon Le Henaff

Girlsday: a larger role for women in the biobased economy

Biobased chemicals: European share to drop sharply

European Union biased on biobased

Peak gas

Innovation: the state bears the risk, companies reap the benefits

In the middle of the ‘mother of all transitions’

Strategy for a green society, WTC’s swan song

PBL-WRR-AWT-WTC

Sustainable supply chains: much progress has been made, but now governments need to act

Why Europe undermines its own policies on second-generation biofuels, whereas the US moves fast forward

Towards a smaller scale in the biobased economy: the interim results

Michiel Keyzer: ‘Biofuel mandates favour incumbent interests’

EFIB, now is the time!

The third way between panic and complacency

A very successful SME program gets no follow-up

Correct decision, wrong arguments

A perverse effect of subsidies

Open-source biotech receives support from US Supreme Court

Towards a smaller scale in the biobased economy. But why, and to what extent?

Large biobased cluster, from Leiden to Reims

Jan Noordegraaf (Synbra): government do your job, impose taxes!

Volume of plastics waste in Europe must come down – but how?

Energy covenant: a breakthrough in the polder

Willem Sederel: do not hype the biobased economy

Green Deals open doors that would have remained closed

Demand-driven research? Nothing of the sort!

Room for sustainable agriculture: a fine advice for yesterday

Local democracy and taxation in a biobased society

The quagmire of Dutch innovation policy

The circular economy, a society without infrastructure?

Solve the financial crisis, be straightforward

Shale gas is an opportunity, for Europe too

CAP revision: integrate the biobased economy

Beyond food/fuel: let the chemical sector be a partner in the fight against hunger

NGOs challenge Chinese mega investment in Canadian tar sands

Wind power: lessons from an industrial past

Parents, let your children be operators in the bioeconomy

Certification is of the essence in the biobased economy

Against the plastic soup

Innovative Dutch chemical industry in a Northwest-European cluster

Europe hesitates and lags behind

The entire potato

It does not work

Green economy, a liberal debate

European Commission takes a closer look at the regions

Rein Willems, outgoing chairman of Dutch Topsector Chemistry

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

The European Commission’s alcohol problem

Shale gas in Europe

‘Cheap shale gas’ concept challenged

Shale gas, a possible threat to green chemistry?

Top sector policy, a mission impossible?

Will there ever be a big BPM factory in Europe?

Europe’s bioeconomy: this year is decisive

Regulation as a bottleneck