This is a community blog for bioeconomy experts who are interested in understanding the complexity of transitioning to a sustainable bioeconomy. It is a blog for researchers, practitioners, students and any other stakeholders interested in learning about current bioeconomy developments all over the world.

The goal is to provide an active forum for a societal conversation about bioeconomy, and the opportunities and pitfalls that may come with this transition.

This blog features three types of contributions:

  •  Personal contributions -usually entries about my own research project and personal opinions;
  • Interviews with international experts;
  • Guest entries from brilliant researchers and international experts;

I welcome trans-disciplinary contributions from experts who are keen to break down silos and exchange concepts with those coming from other backgrounds.

If you are interested in contributing to this blog with a relevant topic, please contact me.

About me:

I work at the Chair of Forest and Forest and Environmental at Albert-Ludwigs University Freiburg (Germany). In 2016 I started work on a project exploring the likeliness of transitioning to a forest-based bioeconomy.  More specifically, I look at emerging timber value chains, actor networks, beliefs and coalitions in Germany and Northern Europe (Sweden and Finland). You can learn more about the project here or here 


I declare no conflict of interest. The opinions expressed herein are my own and do not reflect the views of my employer.

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