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The Nordic Bioeconomy Initiative, NordBio

Final report

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The Nordic Bioeconomy Initiative, NordBio, was a cooperation program launched under Iceland’s presidency of the Nordic Council of Ministers in 2014, with the aim to accelerate the development of a sustainable bioeconomy in the Nordic countries, and to enhance Nordic influence on European and global bioeconomy policies.

The NordBio program was based on cross-sectoral cooperation with the involvement of five Nordic Councils of Ministers and three governmental ministries in Iceland. One important result of this cooperation was the establishment of a Nordic Bioeconomy Panel, tasked with developing a common Nordic bioeconomy strategy, expected to be finalised before the end of 2017.

This report is the final report of the NordBio program. It contains a summary of the main outcomes of the program, including its projects, the Nordic Bioeconomy Panel, and the closing conference of the program.

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Summary

The Nordic Bioeconomy Initiative, NordBio, was a cooperation program involving the following five Nordic Councils of Ministers: Fisheries and Aquaculture, Agriculture, Food and Forestry (MR-FJSL); Environment (MR-M); Trade, Energy and Regional Policies (MR-NER); Education and Research (MR-U); and Culture (MR-K). The program was launched during the Icelandic presidency of the Nordic Council of Ministers in 2014 and covered three years (2014–2016).

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