The paper “A global analysis of bioeconomy visions in governmental bioeconomy strategies” by Nicolai Schulz, Maria Proestou and Peter Feindt has been published in the Journal Ambio.

The paper, which has been written in the context of the BMBF funded project PolDeRBio, examines the bioeconomy visions presented in 78 policy documents from 50 countries worldwide. It finds that goals and visions prioritize economic growth, while environmental considerations are less salient.

The full paper is available at this link.