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First National Bioeconomy Action Plan published

Ireland’s first National Bioeconomy Action Plan for the period of 2023-2025 was published by the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Charlie McConalogue, and the Minister for the Environment, Climate and Communications, Eamon Ryan.

The National Bioeconomy Action Plan 2023-2025 will have a strong focus on bringing sustainable scientific practices, technologies, and bio-based innovation into use on farms and by bio-based industries in Ireland. The plan contains 33 actions across seven pillars:

  1. Governance and Awareness;
  2. Research, Development, and Innovation;
  3. Nature, Climate, Energy, and the Circular Economy;
  4. Agriculture, Food, Forestry, and the Marine;
  5. Communities, Regions and Cities;
  6. Industry and Enterprise;
  7. Knowledge and Skills.

The publication of the Action Plan, which can be accessed here, comes during Bioeconomy Ireland Week 2023, which sees a series of events held each October to highlight and raise awareness of Ireland’s bioeconomy in action. Read Teagasc’s submission to the National Bioeconomy Action Plan here .

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