Challenges and opportunities for the establishment of bio-based value chains

Da 23.05.2019 08:30 fino a quando 23.05.2019 13:30

a CNR Milano

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Categorie: Ambiente, Economia

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Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche
Via A. Corti,12
Milano

The Lombardy Green Chemistry Association, the regional point of reference of the bioeconomy ecosystem, organises the conference as one of the main events to be held in Lombardy during the National Bioeconomy Day promoted by the Cluster SPRING and Assobiotec. The event triggers the interregional cooperation and is part of the Vanguard Initiative's Bioeconomy Pilot which is co-lead by the Lombardy region and enhance the Smart Specialization Strategy of 25 European regions. The conference aims to raise public awareness and promote dialogue on bio-energy production across Europe. It will be accomplished by bringing together academics, researchers, stakeholders, policymakers and business representatives operating in the bio-based value chain.

The objective of the conference is to exchange ideas on how to support the interregional cooperation on the innovative use of non-food biomass, share experience and discuss bottlenecks in the final step from technical maturity to industrial and market implementation.

ROLE OF BIO-BASED VALUE CHAIN SUPPORTING THE TRANSITION
TO A SUSTAINABLE AND CIRCULAR BIOECONOMY
Moderator: Maurizio Bettiga, Lombardy Green Chemistry Association, EviKrets Biobased Processes Consultants

8.30 Registration opens and Welcome coffee

9.00 High level opening and welcome note from organiser and moderator
Sergio Riva – Director of Institute of Molecular Recognition in Chemistry, National Research Council
Vincenzina Cristofaro - Lombardy Region - DG Research, Innovation, University, Export and Internationalization
Piero Angelo Morandini, Researcher University of Milan, Member of National Committee for Biosafety, Biotechnology and Life Sciences (CNBBSV)

The energy of the future: technologies and public services
09:30 Gabriel Marin, Air Liquide, Italy - Boosting the biomethane value chain
10.00 Davide Ferraro, CAMBI - Cambi Contribution to Circular Economy
10.30 Davide Scaglione, Gruppo CAP - Zero mile biomethane: a circular economy application of sewage
11.00 Matteo Lorenzo De Campo, Gruppo Maganetti – Sustainable Logistics: the LNG project

Bioeconomy bridge to the future: bioenergy and bio-based products
11.30 Valerio Paolini, Institute of Atmospheric Pollution Research, National Research Council
12.00 Ludo Diels, VITO, Flanders – Biobased aromatics, challenge, hurdles and opportunities

Economic, environmental and social impact of the bioeconomy
12.30 Claudio Soregaroli, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore – The BIOMONITOR project
13.00 Closing remarks