Organics & Bioeconomy

At the intersection of sustainability and innovation, this is a sector that's rapidly growing and transforming the way we think about our relationship with the natural environment. From insect farming to anaerobic digestion, there are lots of businesses working towards a more sustainable, organic future.

A person tending to a vertical farm in a green house

What can you do?

  1. Adopt sustainable farming practices: Businesses can adopt sustainable farming practices, such as organic farming, agroforestry, and conservation tillage, to reduce their environmental impact, promote soil health, and improve the sustainability of their supply chains.

  2. Develop bio-based products: Businesses can develop bio-based products, such as bioplastics, biofuels, and biomaterials, that are made from renewable biological resources and have a lower environmental impact than their fossil-based counterparts.

  3. Promote circular economy principles: Businesses can promote circular economy principles, such as designing products for reuse and recycling, implementing closed-loop supply chains, and reducing waste, to create a more sustainable and resilient economy that benefits both the environment and the bottom line.