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A Circular Economy without Coal: Sustainable Bioeconomy in the Rhineland

New post on structural change video blog with subsequent live chat

Children’s toys made of potato peelings, clothes made of wood, and paper made of grass? These are all pretty clever innovations in our view, and we will be presenting exciting examples of them from the BioökonomieREVIER initiative in the upcoming structural change video blog. In the video, researchers explain how a sustainable circular economy might work.

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