Great Bioeconomy Reads

Great Bioeconomy Reads - Great Bioeconomy Reads

There are more than a hundred books, research papers, and periodicals talking about the many bioeconomy initiatives being ventured and the many issues all of us face today. Reading any of these is the best first step into taking part and being informed of what bioeconomy is and what its ultimate objectives are.

So, here’s are some great reads you might want to consider giving a go right now. Most of them are available online for free.

The Bioeconomy: Delivering Sustainable Green Growth by Davide Viaggi

Viaggihighlights the idea of “an economy based on the sustainable exploitation of biological resources.” This book also highlights the issues including depletion of natural resources, lack of food, climate change, and many more.

Viaggi also talks about the many innovations and advancementsfor the sake of improving bioeconomy and biodiversity research that will result in profound and long-lasting benefits for the world.

The book has inspired a lot of people to take part in bioeconomy research and explorations to introduce new ways of sustainable green growth.

The New Health Bioeconomy by James Mittra

This title not only talks about bioeconomy but dissects insights on how new biology and the introduction of “translational” policies drive the health and development of bioeconomy.

Mittra was able to present his findings in a way that most readers can relate to what he is saying on every page. His convincing analysis of the complexity of science and technology provides readers with new ideas and insights.

The book is highly recommended to academics, researchers, students, and policy thinkers. We believe that this book is more than enough to spread awareness and get people to act.

According to Luigi Orsenigo, Professor from the Institute of Advanced Studies in Italy, the New Health Bioeconomy is “an important, provocative and exciting book. Built on rigorous and innovative research.”

From Waste to Value by Antje Klitkou, Arne Martin Fevolden and Marco Capasso

Just by reading the title, you’ll get an idea of what this book is all about. This book is all about teaching people how to turn streams of organic residues and waste into biobased products.

In this book, people also learn different waste streams that are present in households and commercial establishments. The authors called for policymakers to promote bio-based efforts and industries that will influence other industries in the process.

The book is an amazing read especially for college students, no matter what field of study they are engaged with.

After reading any of these books or at least one, please share your insights and feedback.