BIOCLIMAPATHS aims to better understand impacts of climate change in future societies that have adopted bioeconomy as a substantial pillar of their economy. Bioeconomy will help slowing down climate change but – as the central topic in this project – farmers, supply chains, households and governments may become more exposed to climate hazard related shocks in the supply and prices of food and non-food biobased resources.
In this context, the BIOCLIMAPATHS consortium develops a cross-sectoral, modeling framework for risk assessments of bioeconomy transitions subject to climate hazard impacts.
Please register before 17 March 2021. The workshop is fully virtual using the Zoom software.