Next steps towards “Realizing the Bioeconomy in the Baltic Sea Region”
A number of networks have been set up and projects launched in the two years since the European Commission appointed the Nordic Council of Ministers as Horizontal Action Leader for the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region. A new three-year plan for the work was presented and discussed at a conference in Warsaw 4–5 March.
“Bioeconomy is the next economic wave,” if you ask Sixten Sunaback from the Finnish Ministry of Economy, citing the new Finnish Bioeconomy Strategy . “It is all about change and finding new ways.”