An EAFRD-funded project set up a small-scale mobile biogas refinery so that Irish farmers can process biomass.
The project will provide new opportunities to diversify agricultural production and contribute to reducing GHG emissions in the agricultural sector.
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Discover ROSEWOOD, a European Horizon 2020 project dedicated to Sustainable Wood Mobilisation.
ROSEWOOD aims at building a trans-European network among stakeholders of the forestry value chain for the transfer of best practices and innovations in sustainable wood mobilisation. The project runs until 2020.
Do you have an innovative success story on farming, forestry, the agri-food supply chain, bioeconomy or nature conservation to share? Enter the European Rural Innovation Contest by 15 March 2019!
A set of 15 ground-breaking initiatives will gain international recognition, networking opportunities, personalised promotional material – including videos on their projects – and will be announced at an award ceremony in autumn 2019.
The BioCannDo project aims to help bridge awareness gaps, and inform about the potential and long-term benefits of a vibrant bioeconomy sector to the wider public.
It aims to show to the public that the bio-based economy offers something desirable, with new products, functionalities and day-to-day applications. The project runs until September 2019 and is funded by the Bio Based Industries Joint Undertaking under the European Union's Horizon 2020 programme.
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