Circular bioeconomy, what next?

More than half of global gross domestic product (GDP) is dependent on nature, according to an estimate by the World Economic Forum. Yet, at the same time, biodiversity is declining faster than at any time in history and nearly a million species are currently at risk of extinction, according to the IPBES’ Global Assessment Report […]

Keeping ecosystems intact, keeping humanity alive

The planet is now at the tipping point of biodiversity loss after years of unsustainable development and management of natural resources. The World Wide Fund for Nature reports that on average mammal, bird, fish, amphibian and reptile populations have plummeted 68 percent since 1970. As experts and thought leaders argued at the recent Global Landscapes […]