Yesterday, CBE JU published its second call for project proposals. A total of €215.5 million will be dedicated to advancing competitive circular bio-based industries in Europe across 18 topics. All stakeholders of the circular bio-based industries ecosystem can apply by 20 September 2023, 17:00 Brussels time.
On 25 April 2023, EU Agriculture Ministers met to adopt conclusions on the opportunities provided by the bioeconomy in light of the current challenges. CBE JU showcased during the Agriculture and Fisheries (AGRIFISH) Council highly innovative bio-based products made in Europe and circular bio-based industries that are advancing the EU's green economy.
Can Europe move to a low-carbon economy where new green jobs revitalise regions and their environment? Is there a way to sustainably produce food and everyday products locally, cutting long supply chains and reliance on imported fossil-based ingredients?
CBE JU launches its photo competition for 2023. All BBI and CBE JU projects, both ongoing and completed, are invited to submit their photos and videos by 20 April. Each category winner will be awarded an entry ticket to the EFIB 2023 conference.
The in-person event will take place on 20 April 2023 in the Charlemagne building in Brussels, and registration is free and compulsory. Join the info day to find out more about the CBE JU 2023 call for project proposals and meet other potential applicants.
Today the CBE JU programme office has launched an open call for a wide range of communication services, with a deadline to apply of 20 March 2023. The future framework contract will include content writing, design and animations, events organisation, social media support, and media relations services.
CBE JU has published its Annual Work Programme for 2023, including information about the next call for project proposals. €215.5 million will be dedicated to advancing competitive circular bio-based industries in Europe across 18 topics.
The new book, Bio-based Industries Joint Undertaking: Driving Europe’s green transition, showcases the achievements of the CBE JU’s predecessor that helped Europe to become the world leader in the bio-based economy.