A global platform for the Circular Bioeconomy
Wednesday, June 19, 2024

We’re delighted to work with the following Community Partners to connect people and enable the commercialisation of the bioeconomy.

European Bioeconomy Network
European Bioeconomy Network

European Bioeconomy Network (EuBioNet) is an alliance of 87 projects and initiatives dealing with Bioeconomy promotion, communication and support. The main goal of the European Bioeconomy Network is to maximise the efforts, increasing the knowledge sharing, networking, mutual learning, coordination of joint activities and events.

Advanced Biofuels USA
Advanced Biofuels USA

Advanced Biofuels USA, a nonprofit educational organization advocates for the adoption of advanced biofuels as the immediate solution to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Technology neutral and feedstock agnostic with an online library, it serves as a resource for everyone from opinion-leaders, decision-makers and legislators to industry professionals, investors, researchers, educators and journalists.

Sustainability Consult

Reputation is everything. At Sustainability Consult, we build your position as a thoughtleader without risking your credibility. Set up in 2008 by former environment journalist, Kathryn Sheridan, Sustainability Consult provides credible communications for global bioeconomy clients large and small. Accelerating bio-based products for a more sustainable future.

BioRefineries Blo
BioRefineries Blog

The BioRefineries Blog is a platform to promote and encourage the growth of the biobased and circular economies providing content about renewable fuels, chemicals and materials.

Hellenic Biomass Association
Hellenic Biomass Association

The Hellenic Biomass Association (HellaBiom) is a nonprofit organisation and one of the principle National Associations in the sector of renewable energy sources in Greece. It has a nationwide appeal to members and stakeholders from businesses, research and academic institutions, clusters, agricultural cooperatives, scientists and professionals active in the field of sustainable biomass valorisation.


Eutopia is an AI-powered platform to access insights about over 15k climate startups in Europe. Corporations, investors and policy-makers use our platform to get information such as climate impact metrics, financials, commercial traction, patents, contacts, and more. Our vision is to become the market intelligence platform for climate innovation.


ePURE represents the interests of European renewable ethanol producers to the EU institutions, industry stakeholders, the media, academia and the general public. Based in Brussels, ePURE speaks for 35 member companies and associations, with around 50 plants across the EU and UK, accounting for about 85% of EU renewable ethanol production.

Bio-Based and Biodegradable
Bio-Based and Biodegradable

The Bio-based and Biodegradable Industries Association (BBIA) is the UK trade body for companies producing bio-based and biodegradable products and promotes their use within the context of a circular economy. BBIA aims to develop the sustainable use of bio-based (renewable) and biodegradable materials, promoting their market development in the UK.


BRAIND® is working exclusively in the development and management of systemic Brand Networks such as Ingredient Branding and Co-Branding. We support next generation material companies to transform their sustainable and circular materials into brands in order to extract more value from their innovations. You have it inside, we help you to let it out.

The Green Chemicals Blog

The Green Chemicals Blog is the worldwide authoritative source of news and analysis in the business of green chemistry and chemical sustainability. Since its formation in 2007, the green chemicals blog has an average 10,000-15,000 page views per month and more than 9,000 dedicated social media followers.


Our objectives are to reach policy makers, promote sustainable biomass utilization and bioenergy generation and to encourage stakeholder discussion. We work on improving public awareness, networking and information sharing, and liaising with various interest groups. These are the key activities in promoting biomass as an environmentally, economically and socially sustainable energy resource.


BioVale promotes the development of Yorkshire and the Humber as an international centre for bioeconomy innovation. It supports over 700 members, with networking and dialogue; specialised events; support for biobased entrepreneurs; and help to build regional bio-based supply chains and inward investment and trade/export opportunities.