The European Bioeconomy University Scientific Forum 2021 and the UN Food Systems Summit 2021 in the focus of attention of the Education and Research Laboratory of Bioeconomics and the student research group

September 28, 2021
    Professor of the Department of Economic Theory and Educational and Research Laboratory of Bioeconomics of the Faculty of Agricultural Management Mykola Talavyria and Associate Professor Olena Koval took part in the European Bioeconomy University (EBU) Scientific Forum 2021 and the United Nations Food Systems Summit 2021. Student members of the research group “Macroeconomic aspects of the economic growth in Ukraine” Tetyana Melnyk, Yuliya Vershuta, Oleksandra Kamynina, Ivan Koval, Anastasiya Fefelova, Olha Kolomiiets, Mariya Yastrebinska, Olexander Koval, Yurii Misan also actively participated in the international events held on September 22-23, 2021.

    Plenary session of the EBU Scientific Forum 2021 was devoted to research and education projects organized by the leaders of bioeconomy development in the European Union - AgroParisTech, University of Bologna, University of Eastern Finland, University of Hohenheim, the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Wageningen University & Research. Parallel Session I“Bioeconomy-related business models and sustainable entrepreneurship” - focused on the production process from biomass to biobased products. Parallel Session II - “Education system changers” - was devoted to bioeconomy qualification programs and networks on bioeconomy education. The workshops focused on the development of bioeconomy strategies on an innovative basis and creation of the alternative chains of sustainable biological products in accordance with the EU Green Deal.

    The main theme of the United Nations Food Systems Summit 2021 was the People’s Plenary - Accelerating Action for the Future We Want. Over the course of 18 months, hundreds of thousands of people from around the world and across all constituencies have engaged with the Food Systems Summit to accelerate action to transform food systems to achieve the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. This plenary session will recognize main outcomes from these efforts and provide a platform for Heads of State and Government and constituency leaders that engaged deeply in the process to feature an initial set of the types of country and multi-stakeholder commitments to action emerging to take forward this agenda throughout the Decade of Action.

Olena Koval,
Associate Professor of the Department of Economic Theory

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