When we think about sustainability, we may be thinking about advertisement campaigns of companies who would like to improve their Green image. The term itself comes from the field of forestry and originally meant that one should not take more (in this case: trees) than will grow back.

Scientists argue that this rule should be applied to all public resources that are managed jointly by different people.

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Biobased economy and circular economy

This infographic is dedicated to the topic of bioeconomy and provides useful information and figures on bioeconomy and circular economy. You can also find out what role microorganisms, proteins and algae play in this context and why they are also referred to as "little heroes" of bioeconomy.