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The worldwide production capacity for bio-based polymers grew by 4% to 6.6 million tonnes from 2015 to 2016. This represents a share of 2% of the global polymer market. The bio-based polymer turnover was about €13 billion worldwide in 2016 compared to €11 billion in 2014. Production capacity of bio-based polymers is forecasted to increase

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LanzaTech and Virgin Atlantic place another brick in the bioeconomy. An innovative low carbon fuel project has taken a significant step forward after successfully producing 1,500 US

There is reason to be concerned that the US will lose its driving role in scaling up biorefineries as it has been the case with bioethanol. On

“We want to turn the kingdom into the energy powerhouse, not just conventional oil and gas, which we will continue to grow, but also wind, solar, nuclear energy. In the future,

The Asian bioeconomy takes another step forward. Japanese brewer Sapporo Holdings will supply technology for bioethanol production in Thailand involving local fuel distributor PTG Energy, which trades in

“The focus is no longer solely on the car as a product, but also on services related to mobility. Our four strategic directions: Connected, Autonomous, Shared and

Denmark aims at leading an ambitious and sustainable green growth transition. Copenhagen launched a new government platform that paves the way for Denmark to continue an ambitious