Archive 2014:

It’s all about networks: Towards a new bioeconomy for the Baltic Sea region

The demand for food and energy is growing dramatically. Bioeconomy could be an answer to this challenge. But a biobased economy requires increased cooperation across borders and sectors. The Nordic Council of Ministers would like to offer a path towards that change by facilitating the formation of new networks and partnerships in the Baltic Sea region.

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Networking – the backbone of Nordic cooperation

Renowned for their unique ability to collaborate on culture, research, innovation and policy, the Nordic countries build their cross-border activities on networking and knowledge sharing. The Nordic Council of Ministers and its institutions are key actors in the work of linking the countries together into regional networks – an undertaking which also extends to the Baltic and Arctic regions, EU and other venues of international cooperation.

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