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Research and science on bio-based circular economy

Bioeconomy: in the eye of science and research

Does the bioeconomy need science? Very critically and almost cynically, scientists are the part of our fellow citizens who play thought chess in an elite ivory tower far from reality, provide us with fear of the future and with their institutes and experiments around 4.5 billion euros (2011) in tax money annually (1.3) XNUMX% of the state budget). I remember …

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What is bioeconomy?

The melting pot of the bioeconomy

Even though DIE WELT recently reported that Angela Merkel's constituency is floating on petroleum, this find does little to change the fact that Germany still has no significant oil reserves. Estimates assume that a maximum of 40 million barrels of crude oil can be extracted from the new oil deposits in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania and Brandenburg in a conventional manner. ...

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Bioeconomy tree

The bioeconomy as a unifying peace pipe for existing conflicts

"There is as much energy in 1 liter of oil as 100 people can work with their hands in 24 hours!" (Source: Home, The Film) No wonder that our society is thirsty for such an energetic resource. In Germany, we consume about 4 liters of oil per person per day. As if an invisible armada would appear 24 hours a day ...

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Energy crops on post-mining landscapes

Perennial energy crops for the recultivation of post-mining landscapes

Many thanks to the Association for the Promotion of Biomass and Renewable Raw Materials Freiberg eV for the article on the use of energy crops for the recultivation of post-mining landscapes. A harmonious energy transition from fossil to regenerative energy management is evident in the association's projects. The colorful community of ... also reports on the progress and obstacles to the energy transition.

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