The BioRadar project has a clear goal: to help organisations, policymakers, and investors make informed decisions when creating a more sustainable bio-based economy. Here is how we plan to do it:
- Assess Bio-Based Systems: developing a framework and digital tools to evaluate how well bio-based systems work. This includes gathering the best practices and measuring various factors.
- Focus on Key Industries: looking closely at the bio-based textile, bio-fertilizer, and bio-packaging industries to see how they can become more environmentally friendly and sustainable.
- Measure Environmental Impact: improving the ways we measure how these industries affect the environment and any risks involved.
- Promote Circular Practices: understanding how to make these industries more circular, meaning that they use resources more efficiently and reduce waste.
- Economic and Social Impact: studying how these changes affect economy and society, including effects on climate change and people’s lives.
- Policy Recommendations: gathering information to provide practical advice to policymakers on how to encourage more sustainable bio-based industries.
YAGHMA is the coordinating partner of the BioRadar project. We are therefore responsible for managing the entire project and its teams, making sure everything runs smoothly. We also handle data, manage risks, ensure quality, and make sure the project follows ethical guidelines.
The BioRadar project is funded by the Horizon Europe funding programme.
Other consortium partners are:
- HAW Hamburg: Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (DE)
- IRIS Technology Group (ES)
- CETENMA (ES)
- Next Technology Tecnotessile (IT)
- KNEIA (ES)
- Ente Italiano Di Normazione (IT)
The project started on the 1st of July 2023 with a total duration of 36 months.
Project website: www.bioradar.org
Research Project Manager