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Draft , do not quote Bioeconomy – science and technology policy for agricultural development and food security

  title={Draft , do not quote Bioeconomy – science and technology policy for agricultural development and food security},
  author={J. Braun},
This paper reviews the fast move by many countries into bioeconomy strategies and related R&D investments and public science policy. It assesses the driving forces of these developments and the implications for international agricultural change and food security. The future of humankind will much depend on a secure and safe availability of food, energy, water, and industrial raw material, and these should be more and more based on renewable resources. This puts the bioeconomy the emerging cross… Expand

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