Forest Campaign

  by Thomas Fatheuer, FDCL Globally, the share of renewable energy from biomass is 50%, in Germany even 60.2%. In Read more
  by Jenny Walther-Thoß, WWF As many as 50 countries have developed strategies to promote economic development of a bioeconomy. Read more
  by Jutta Kill, WRM A growing bioeconomy with an increasing total biomass consumption means land grabbing and displacement of Read more
  by Thomas Fatheuer, FDCL The Brazilian chemical company Braskem is the world market leader in bioplastics. Its customers include Read more
  by Christof Potthof, GeN The list of false promises of genetic engineering advances is substantial. The bioeconomy opens up Read more
  by Steffi Ober, NABU Growth and securing prosperity are the dominant priorities for research policy in the field of Read more
  by László Maráz, FUE Firewood, paper and timber construction are already entirely using up the wood grown in Germany. Read more
  by Josephine Koch, FUE A broad bioeconomy debate has not taken place in society yet. In order to develop Read more
  by Ilka Dege, DNR The dominant industrial agriculture in Germany and Europe threatens biodiversity and the climate. By contrast, Read more
  by Joachim Spangenberg, BUND The bioeconomy is dependent on biological resources. Continuous high levels of resource consumption therefore exacerbate Read more