AlpBioEco

Valorisation of innovative bio-economical potentials along bio-based food & botanical extract value chains in the Alpine Space

News

  • Sustainable Bioeconomy Plan B - Innovation engine for urban and industrial areas in Baden-Württemberg

    On 24th July, the new state strategy for sustainable bioeconomy in Baden-Württemberg was presented at the event "Sustainable Bioeconomy Plan B - Innovation engine for urban and industrial areas in Baden-Württemberg" at Schwabenlandhalle in Fellbach near Stuttgart. Gloria Kraus, project coordinator of "AlpBioEco", contributed a presentation on "Bioeconomic approaches on the local level". The event was very well received by stakeholders from business, science and politics.
  • Bioeconomy local - creation of new, local value chains based on renewable raw materials

    On Wednesday, 03 July 2019, the event "Bioeconomy local - creation of new, local value chains based on renewable raw materials" took place at the Innovation and Technology Centre Sigmaringen. Gloria Kraus as head of the project AlpBioEco in cooperation with Nikolai Jacobi of the ICLEI European Secretariat with the project Biovoices invited to this interactive workshop.                                                                             

  • AlpBioEco-Workshop awarded as "HeldeN!-Tat" in Baden-Württemberg, Germany

    AlpBioEco has been awarded as "HeldeN!-Tat" of the month July 2019 for the Workshop "Bioeconomy local - creation of new, local value chains based on renewable raw materials" which took place at the Innovation and Technology Centre Sigmaringen on 03 July 2019. "Helden der Tat" (Heroes of deed) is a honorary title within the sustainability network of the state of Baden-Württemberg in Germany. It makes visible actions that contribute to a sustainable development. 

  • Some news about the first work package of the project

    Did you know that AlpBioEco had four work packages (WP)? In the first WP we focused on value chain analysis. For the second WP, we are currently working on the development of business concepts. The third part will be dedicated to the validation of the concept through pilot studies. In a fourth step, AlpBioEco will work on the policy transfer through political guidelines. In the following article, we present you the WP N°1 report being finalized by our German Project Partner, KErn (Competence Center for Nutrition), responsible for its coordination.

  • Learn more about us: Interview with our French Project Partner, Terralia

    Terralia is an agricultural and agri-food competitiveness cluster located in south-eastern France. The division specializes in the fruit and vegetable, vine, wine, cereals, cosmetics and perfumes sectors. Terralia brings together a network of companies and research and training organizations with more than 400 members. Read our interview to learn more about AlpBioEco's Project Partner, Terralia!