Forest bioeconomy in action
The Bioregions Facility promotes transregional cooperation for a sustainable and integrative forest-based circular bioeconomy.
The Facility connects forward-thinking regions across Europe to work together to unlock regional potential through international exchange on the forest circular bioeconomy.
Bioregions share knowledge and cooperate around the topics of innovation, institutions, infrastructures and investments. A range of activities include networking, business discovery, access to funding, policy learning and awareness raising.
Coordinated by the European Forest Institute, the three founding regions are the Basque Country (Spain), North Karelia (Finland), and North Rhine-Westphalia, (Germany).