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World BioEconomy Forum


12.00 pm - 06.30 pm
50 € - 250 €
Target group
Bioeconomy stakeholders: Policy makers, Bio-based industries, Forest industry, Chemical industry, Associations, Institutes
World BioEconomy Forum
E-mail: info(at)wcbef.com

The World Bioeconomy Forum is pleased to announce major global support from circular bioeconomy stakeholders for its virtual event to be held 10th September this year. Over 200 delegates from 34 countries located on all continents have now registered to take part in the full-day event which will be broadcast live from Ruka, Finland. 

The event this year will see high-profile speakers from Governments, Industry and Education discussing the importance of the bioeconomy in a post-COVID-19 world. The event will also address how a fully functional, global circular bioeconomy, is a key tool in the battle against climate change.  


A global communication platform of the Circular Bioeconomy - gathering prominent stakeholders in the Circular Bioeconomy for round table talks in Ruka, Finland


Walking the talk – showcasing biodiversity in practice, with different views on bioeconomy, forestry and versatile interest groups.


A chance to shape the future of the evolving Bioeconomy: the opportunity to work together now and take actions to set a wider example on how to deliver a sustainable future

Advisory Board

Comprising bio think tanks, bio and forest industry and regulators who will frame the debate and ensure an insightful dialog between audience and panellists


The program consists of 4 sessions broadcast on 10th September 2020 between 12:00 PM and 6:30 PM (EEST). Connections open already at 11:00 AM for studio talks, video greetings and other clips. After the program at 6:30 PM, there will be an award session and some closing remarks from the studio team.

Session 1: Regulators and climate change

Session 2: Global leaders and financial world

Session 3: Bioproducts around us

Session 4: Looking to the future


Website address: https://www.biooekonomie-bw.de/en/events/world-bioeconomy-forum