Thomas Dietz, Karla Rubio and Jan Börner participated of The Global Bioeconomy Summit 2020 Plenary Session on November 20, presenting the Global Survey of Bioeconomy experts. In his second edition, after it was first launched in 2017, the 2020 survey was conducted among 5000 experts from 49 countries on centred in three main areas: background information, follow-up questions and government assessment. The overall guiding questions were to address how are we doing in promoting and regulating bioeconomic transformation and what can be done to improve bioeconomy governance. Based on the data analysis and results, the authors developed a set of recommendations for policy makers at the national and international level in order to fill bioeconomy governance gaps emerging from its promotion (enabling governance) and its regulation (regulatory governance).
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