organised by Cluster Spring, Assobiotec, Federchimica, Fondazione Raul Gardini, Fondazione Resoil, Apre, Fva, Novamont
in collaboration with Ravenna Festival
with the support of Fondazione Impact, Transition2bio, Molino Spadoni and the patronage of the Comune di Ravenna
The national Bio-Economy Day returns to Ravenna, and doubles in length to explore the issues underpinning ecological transition and the fight to climate change. Intended as the economy that uses renewable biological sources as raw materials for industrial, energy, food and feed production, in 2020 the Italian bio-economy was worth 317 billion euros, and employed around 2 million people. The issues of this meta-sector, which proved to be resilient during the pandemic, and which forms the basis for the European Green New Deal, will be discussed by key stakeholders from the world of industry, agriculture and finance. This will also be an opportunity to discuss sustainable development, the UN 2030 Agenda and green jobs, and to award the schools that took part in the Bio-economy4You competition.