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European generic medicines production after corona

Biomedicines are coming

Has big pharma lost track?

Sustainability is crucial for success, says Lux Research

Don’t waste the corona crisis

Global warming: businessmen and central bankers come to the rescue

Pesticide resistance, a growing problem

Wrong question: can we decouple environmental impact from GDP growth?

Perspective on renewable energy rapidly changing

Doughnut economics, or why economists should learn more about technology

Renewable energy system costs – the untold story

Biobased building blocks: an update

We proudly present… More with Less

Precision, the hallmark of a new era

A common sense energy scenario. Part 1: global energy consumption

PHA business case still shaky

Biorenewables key to reduce CO2 emissions, says macroeconomic study

Breeders’ rights, patents and genetic modification

Bioeconomy: much more employment in biobased chemicals than in biofuels

How do biofuel developers survive when oil is cheap?

Green Growth, much too optimistic?

Global Divestment Day

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

Naomi Klein: everyone will be affected

Elon Musk and a lot of batteries

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

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

Michiel Keyzer: ‘Biofuel mandates favour incumbent interests’

New technologies will boost gasoline production from natural gas or waste

Marc Verbruggen (Natureworks): ‘Europe has the sugar beet, the best crop for biopolymers, but does not use it.’

Shale gas is an opportunity, for Europe too

NGOs challenge Chinese mega investment in Canadian tar sands

Count on mankind’s stupidity – and its resilience

True Price: Roefie Hueting was right

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

Shale gas: in the Cevennes, people stay alert

Petrol from water and air, sense and nonsense


Green economy to overcome the crisis

Green economy, a liberal debate

China might master artificial photosynthesis and artificial meat within five years

Shale gas, a possible threat to green chemistry?

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

‘It’s the economy, stupid’