Reprint

Prospects and Challenges of Bioeconomy Sustainability Assessment

Edited by
July 2023
528 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-8296-2 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-8297-9 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Prospects and Challenges of Bioeconomy Sustainability Assessment that was published in

Business & Economics
Environmental & Earth Sciences
Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities
Summary

The bioeconomy—using renewable bio-resources from the soil and sea to produce food, materials and energy—supports the achievement of sustainable development goals. Its scope is very broad as it involves primary production sectors (agriculture) and sectors that use these resources (manufacture of food, beverages and tobacco).

This Special Issue, “Prospects and Challenges of Bioeconomy Sustainability Assessment”, includes an Editorial, thirteen articles, ten reviews and one perspective with international authors. All papers are highly innovative and support the goals of a sustainable world.

Format
  • Hardback
License
© 2022 by the authors; CC BY-NC-ND license
Keywords
AHP; bioeconomy; biomethane; energy community; Italy; point scale; stakeholders’ engagement; sustainability; agrarian extractivism; bioeconomy; cheap food; food regime; Latin America; social-ecological transformation; soy; sustainability; environmental awareness; behavior change; SWOT analysis; qualitative analysis; education for sustainable development; green movement; environmentalism; environmental science; environmental education; sustainability; communication; stakeholders; reporting; bibliometric review; sustainability reporting; sustainability performance; Italy; indicators; multi-criteria decision analysis; policy implications; Sustainable Development Goals; carbon capture and storage; aqueous bases; reactor design; chemical absorption; FTIR; absorption capacity; in-line measurements; 3D-printed reactors; digital innovation hub; value proposition canvas; ecosystem sustainability; digital transformation; model-based design; cyber-physical system; collaboration platform; microbial bioremediation; cost of bioremediation; bioremediation industry; COD solubilization; chemo sonic pretreatment; biohydrogen; specific energy; biomass; biotechnology; agro-ecology; territorial development; sustainability; cluster analysis; bioplastic; lactic acid; PLA; poly(lactic acid); bioeconomy; cellulose; lignocellulose; cow manure; circular economy; bioeconomy; bioeconomy education; bioeconomy learning; higher education; vocational education and training; n/a; interval-valued intuitionistic fuzzy sets; distance measure; closeness coefficient; sustainability; barriers; MADA; biofuel sector; circular economy; sustainable agriculture; multi-criteria decision making; TOPSIS; stakeholders; social LCA; life-cycle costing; bioenergy; biorefinery; industry 4.0; agri-food supply chain; sustainability; agri-food 4.0 supply chain; agri-food 4.0; supply chain 4.0; food waste management; water management; agriculture 4.0; bioeconomy; LAC region; bibliometric analysis; biofuels; sustainability; R software; sustainable supply chain management; sustainable development; sustainability performance; social responsibility; environmental issues; sustainability; water quality; pollutant; surface water; monitoring; Pakistan; drinking water; bioeconomy; sustainable development; 2030 Agenda; natural resources; participation; sustainability; microorganisms; energy; biotechnology; biocatalysis; biotransformation; industrial applications; circular bioeconomy; greenhouse gas; biomass production; second-generation bio-fuels; sustainability; environment; climate change; bioeconomy; biorefinery; pigs; soya bean; grass; protein; biogas; biomethane; lignin; straw; heating; NaOH; pretreatment; biogas; sustainalist; sustainability; sustainable revolution; SDG; quality of life; sustainalism