Value Chain Assessment

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Are green processes and products truly green? This is a central question in the development of a sustainable circular economy that is often overlooked. Processes using bio-based materials or recovered resources as inputs may look sustainable, but can end up having hidden impacts that are only quantified by a value chain assessment. This enables further developments to address the problematic steps of the process and improve its sustainability and applicability in the circular economy.


Approach of differentiation strategies on diary farms in the Atlantic area
25 10 2021
Over the past few decades, European dairy production has known a strong restructuration in most of t...
Economic Success of Diary Farms: What are the issues for farmers in the Atlantic area?
25 10 2021
From Northern Ireland to Portugal, 89 farmers in the Atlantic area responded to a survey to assess t...
Discover SCALIBUR’s results
19 08 2021
To ensure a better understanding of SCALIBUR’s results and facilitate the uptake of successful sol...


Biorefine Cluster News Bulletin ‘December 2021’
Biorefine Cluster News Bulletin ‘October/November 2021’
H2020 – Run4life Deliverable 5.1 Risk and Sustainability Assessment

Relevant projects

BioeconomyVentures – Raising Disruptive Bioeconomy Ventures, Startups and Spinoffs to the Top

The BioeconomyVentures project aims to build the r...

HOOP – Hub of circular cities boosting platform to foster investments for the valorisation of urban biowaste and wastewater

The EU Bioeconomy Strategy sees cities becoming major circul...

UNLOCK – Releasing the potential of feathers to foster circularity in agriculture

In the UNLOCK project, 15 partners from 7 EU countries work together to transform waste from the...