Look around to see how fuel cells and electrolysers are tested.
Fertile soil is a precious resource. It is also much scarcer than we commonly think.
Every 22 of May, the International Day of Biological Diversity is celebrated. This year’s slogan is “Building a shared future for all life” and it was chosen to support for the post-2020 global biodiversity framework to be adopted at the upcoming UN Biodiversity Conference.
Established in 2015, the African World Heritage Day celebrates, every 5th of May, Africa’s rich and outstanding natural and cultural heritage.
The bioeconomy already makes a strong contribution to the overall EU economy. It contributes close to 5% to the EU gross domestic product.
Wetlands define complex ecosystems occurring in all biomes. They provide fundamental ecosystem functions and services and are hotspots of biodiversity. Wetlands are the most important stopovers on bird flyways and provide habitats for many plants, animals, and other forms of life.
Discover how the forest-based bioeconomy can contribute to mitigating climate change through carbon storage and material substitution.
Water scarcity is a widespread issue in Africa. How can we improve energy access and food security without increasing water consumption?
Nature-based climate solutions should look beyond forests for opportunities in open ecosystems.
We spend money to buy our food, but the environment also pays a price. Can you guess which food products consume more resources? Take this quiz to find out.
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