What are biorefineries, where does the biomass they use come from, and what are the implications for soil and agriculture?

These were the topics discussed at an event in the University of Turin, with expert insights from industry representatives such as Novamont, Biochemtex and Novozymes, as well as universities, research centers and farmers’ associations.

In the afternoon, a round table discussion took place, entitled “Bioeconomy to overcome the economic and environmental crisis”, with Member of the EU Parliament Paolo Bartolozzi, Rapporteur of the “Bioeconomy Dossier” in the European Parliament. The event was attended by about 125 people.