Plant Based Summit

The Green deal: the SWOT matrix of biobased solutions

Sep 22nd | 11:00 am - 12:30 pm


In its new growth strategy, the European Union is moving towards an energy and environmental transition to meet the challenges of global warming. What capacities can bio-based chemistry and bioproductions have in this economic construction project? How can they be integrated in a sustainable and viable way in a context where some economic players will tend to "green" their image more than their activity/production and where the extreme variation in oil prices limits the development of plant-based chemistry? The Green deal is emerging as a real driving force for change that sets out a precise regulatory framework and helps to generate new commercial opportunities where plant-based chemistry can make its voice heard. What strategies and financing will the Green Deal provide for the players in the sector? What are the advantages of the plant-based industry in the context of national sovereignty and the re-industrialization of Europe? Chairperson: Marco MENSINK, Director General (CEFIC) - Circular Bioeconomy: a key to implement the Green Deal and other EU Strategies - Christophe De Boissoudy, General Manager, NOVAMONT FRANCE - Frédéric Gauchet, Vice president, FRANCE CHIMIE - Joanna Dupont-Inglis, Head of EU Affairs, European Bioplastics Sponsored by: FRANCE CHIMIE

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