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COOPID successfully concluded the highly anticipated COOPID Bioeconomy Conference, the final event of the project. As an official #EUGreenWeek 2023 Partner Event, the conference brought together industry experts, policymakers, primary producers, and stakeholders on the 31st of May at Les Ateliers des Tanneurs, in Brussels, Belgium. The COOPID Bioeconomy Conference showcased insightful sessions and engaging discussions, fostering a deeper understanding of the challenges and opportunities in the bioeconomy – drawing more than 130 registrations.

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Success stories

COOPID selected a series of success stories in the EU bioeconomy that show how the primary sector can take part in circular and sustainable business models. Check here the full pack of materials, actions and connections from each of them.

*The COOPID portfolio of success stories is available directly on the COOPID Interactive Platform.

RBA – Rural Bioeconomy Alliance

RBA Coopid

The Rural Bioeconomy Alliance (RBA)  is a cluster of European-funded projects aimed at accelerating and supporting the development of circular rural Bioeconomy initiatives in the EU. The network was officially launched during the COOPID Bioeconomy Conference in May 2023, with COOPID as one of the founding projects.

With a focus on rural sustainable circular bioeconomy initiatives, the RBA investigates, develops, and analyzes success stories, best practices, and pilots, as well as ways to increase the adoption of circular bioeconomy concepts, mainly in rural areas. The ultimate goal of the cluster is to speed up the development of the whole bioeconomy by sharing knowledge on project outcomes and supporting dissemination and communication activities related to existing knowledge of the bioeconomy. 

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Deliverables

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The COOPID legacy, lessons learnt & recommendations

Lessons learnt & recommendations for primary producers, academia, and policymakers. The content of this document has been prepared by Innovarum, based on the Deliverable prepared by Food & Bio-Cluster Denmark (D4.6) for the COOPID project on recommendations and lessons learnt.

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Deliverable 4.2: Success story factors for biobased Business models

Ten COOPID Success Stories showcased and the business models behind them have been analyzed to identify common factors that make them success stories in the bioeconomy. The ten showcases are:
Oleícola El Tejar (Spain); Grand Est bioeconomy ecosystem (France); Caviro (Italy); Pindos (Greece); ZP Victor Asenov (Bulgaria); Biogal (Poland); Pelletierungsgenossenschaft eGen (Austria); Carbery (Ireland); Moellerup Brands (Denmark); VALIO (Finland)

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D4.4 Recommendations for policy makers

The aim of this deliverable is to present and discuss the needs identified in relation to bioeconomy development for the agriculture sector during the COOPID Project. It outlines the current policy framework and make recommendations for how policy makers can continue to contribute to a successful establishment of the bioeconomy focusing on the primary sector. The main insights emerge from the assessment of the success of the businesses cases selected in COOPID as well as from the review of policy documents and the needs identified through the project. The study is developed in the context of the EU policies and strategies acting in relation to the bioeconomy.

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D4.3 COOPID: recommendations for primary producers

The aim of this deliverable is to present and discuss the needs of the primary producers identified in relation to bioeconomy development for the agriculture sector during the COOPID Project. The main insights emerge from the assessment of the success of the business’ cases selected in COOPID as well as of the context of the bioeconomy in relation to primary producers.

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D4.5 Recommendations for academia and research

The aim of this deliverable is to present and discuss the needs identified in relation to bioeconomy development for the agriculture sector during the COOPID Project. It outlines the current policy framework and make recommendations for how academia and researchers can continue to contribute to a successful establishment of the bioeconomy focusing on the primary sector. The main insights emerge from the assessment of the success of the businesses cases selected in COOPID as well as from the review of policy documents and the needs identified through the project. The study is developed in the context of the EU policies and strategies acting in relation to the bioeconomy.

Infographics: Hot topics in the bioeconomy

Infographics: Bioeconomy sectors

COOPID infographic – Livestock sector
File Size 7 MB
Downloads 250
COOPID infographic – Wine sector
File Size 14.98 MB
Downloads 191
COOPID infographic – Hemp sector
File Size 224 KB
Downloads 177
COOPID infographic – Olive oil sector
File Size 3 MB
Downloads 176
COOPID infographics – Dairy sector 2
File Size 9.73 MB
Downloads 172
COOPID infographic – Poultry sector
File Size 9 MB
Downloads 151
COOPID infographic – Dairy sector
File Size 6 MB
Downloads 98

Presentations

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COOPID recommendations

Pack of public presentations prepared by the COOPID project on recommendations for primary producers, policymakers and academia. These presentations were first raised during the COOPID Bioeconomy Conference in Brussels (31st May 2023).

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COOPID Bioeconomy Conference: Presentations PACK

Pack with all presentations delivered during the COOPID Bioeconomy Conference (31/05/2023).

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6 COOPID Bioeconomy Conference: Beyond COOPID, the Rural Bioeconomy Alliance
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5.3 COOPID Bioeconomy Conference: Recommendations Primary Producers
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5.2 COOPID Bioeconomy Conference: Recommendations Academia

Presentations

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COOPID recommendations

Pack of public presentations prepared by the COOPID project on recommendations for primary producers, policymakers and academia. These presentations were first raised during the COOPID Bioeconomy Conference in Brussels (31st May 2023).

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COOPID Bioeconomy Conference: Presentations PACK

Pack with all presentations delivered during the COOPID Bioeconomy Conference (31/05/2023).

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6 COOPID Bioeconomy Conference: Beyond COOPID, the Rural Bioeconomy Alliance
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5.3 COOPID Bioeconomy Conference: Recommendations Primary Producers
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5.2 COOPID Bioeconomy Conference: Recommendations Academia
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5.1 COOPID Bioeconomy Conference: Recommendations Policy Makers
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5 COOPID Bioeconomy Conference: Recommendations Intro
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4.2 COOPID Bioeconomy Conference: Short Panel 2
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4.1 COOPID Bioeconomy Conference: Short Panel 1
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1 COOPID Bioeconomy Conference: The COOPID project