EUBA position on the European Commission’s Proposal for a Revised Packaging and Packaging Waste Regulation

The European Bioeconomy Alliance (EUBA)*, representing 14 leading European organisations from various sectors active in the bioeconomy, supports the intentions of the Commission’s proposal for a revised Regulation on Packaging and Packaging Waste (PPWR)1 to make all packaging reusable and recyclable by 2030. EUBA considers the move towards a circular economy essential and calls for a stronger support of the bioeconomy sector in the Commission’s legislative proposal to deliver on the sustainability and climate goals set out in the EU Green Deal.

Delivering Europe’s ambitions in rare disease


Biocatalytic Total Synthesis

14:00 – 14:30 CET Harnessing the chemistry of plant natural product biosynthesis Prof. Dr. Sarah O’ConnorDepartment of Natural Product Biosynthesis, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, […]

The time to act is now! Biotechnology for global transformation


EFIB 2022 Vilnius Statement wider launch

Industrial Biotechnology for a sustainable society: a focus for 2023 and beyond Industrial biotechnology and biomanufacturing are recognised as being part of the response to some of […]

The Essential Role of Enzymes | The unintended impact of the REACH revision on Enzymes – and consequences for EU Green Deal Objectives


The role of enzymes as key enablers in the green transition and in enabling the European Commission’s sustainability ambitions in the EU Taxonomy and Sustainable Finance


European Biotech Week 2022

From the clothes we wear and how we wash them, the food we eat and the sources it comes from, the medicine we use to keep […]

EuropaBio Statement on the Russian Invasion of Ukraine


EuropaBio National Associations Council Summit 2022: modernised regulation and legislation will deliver the potential of European biotechnology


Interview with Claire Skentelbery, Director General, EuropaBio on the 15th Edition of the European Forum for Industrial Biotechnology and the Bioeconomy (EFIB)


EuropaBio signs EU Code of Conduct


EuropaBio National Associations Council Summit 2022 (French Presidency): how does biotechnology deliver the Industrial strategy across sectors?


EuropaBio becomes a partner of a new European partnership for health


National Associations Council Summit 2022 | Biotechnology: Delivering Europe’s Industrial Strategy Across Sectors

EuropaBio’s National Associations Council (NAC) is a platform that brings together all EuropaBio’s National Associations and helps to ensure coordination of EuropaBio actions throughout Europe. The […]

EFIB 2022

EuropaBio is pleased to announce that the next edition of EFIB, Europe’s Leading Event on Industrial Biotechnology and the Bioeconomy under the title ‘Next generation economies: Industrial […]

SAVE THE DATE: EFIB 2022 goes to Vilnius, Lithuania


EFIB 2021 | Vienna Statement Launch

The ‘EFIB 2021 Vienna Statement’ marked the launch of an annual call to action from EuropaBio members, with policy asks and actions critical in the short […]

EU Industrial Biotech Policy Priorities for SMEs

Join the EuropaBio Industrial Biotechnology Team for a dive into EU policies that impact your current operations and will shape your future strategies.  With the Green […]

Renewable Materials Conference

Featuring a unique concept to present all sustainable and renewable material solutions at one event: bio-based, CO2-based and recycled. This time, the conference will be held […]