Sustainable Circular Bioeconomy

Edited by
August 2023
234 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-8679-3 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-8678-6 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Sustainable Circular Bioeconomy that was published in

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

This reprint delves deep into the principles, practices, and possibilities of the sustainable circular bioeconomy. Within these pages, you will find a wealth of knowledge and insights contributed by experts, researchers, and practitioners who have dedicated their lives to advancing the boundaries of sustainability. Each chapter of this reprint is carefully crafted to provide a holistic view of the subject, covering a wide range of topics, including renewable energy, waste management, food–energy–water nexus, digital innovation in sustainability, aquaculture, agriculture, biotechnology, and more.

  • Hardback
© 2022 by the authors; CC BY-NC-ND license
bioeconomy; digitalization; platform-based bioeconomy; smart and sustainable development; governance; oyster mushroom; agro-industry; wastes; productivity; quality; DDGS; alternative diet for swine; byproduct diet; global warming potential; standard corn–soybean meal; biomass; self-sufficiency; material flow; import dependency; Kolleru Lake; land use; aquafarming; fishponds; illegal fishponds; food–water–soil–ecosystem nexus; Google Earth Engine; freshwater ecosystem web model; India’s largest freshwater lake; NTFP; NWFP; Kashmir Himalayas; bioeconomy; livelihood; income inequality; Lorenz curve; Gini coefficient; aqueous two-phase systems (ATPS); liquid–liquid extraction (LLE); pressurized hot water extraction (PHWE); solid–liquid extraction (SLE); natural products; cocoa bean shell (CBS); precipitation; bioeconomy; total phenolic content (TPC); land expansion; biofuels; Green GDP; computable general equilibrium; life cycle impact assessment; Water-Energy-Food nexus; excellence models; agro-industrial companies; decision-support tool; sustainable development; innovative solutions; bioeconomy; new business; horizon scanning; Phoenix dactylifera L.; date palm drying; solar dryer; PV winnower; economic evaluation; hybrid solar dryer; apparel; clothing industry; apparel consumer behavior; circular economy lens; mindful clothing consumption; sustainable fashion; green fashion; circular textiles; sustainable garments; green consumer; life cycle thinking of textiles; responsible consumption; bioeconomy strategy; policy coherence; policy framework; strategic development; n/a