What Our Speakers Say

The transition to a bioeconomy is a potential game changer that may have a large impact on food and nutrition security, as well as on the ways in which agri-food systems are designed and operated. In view of the upcoming IAMO Forum 2021 that is dedicated to the development of bioeconomy in transition countries, IAMO has initiated a series of interviews with the keynote speakers of the Forum.
 

Alina Osmakova | CEO, Association “Technology Platform Bioindustry and Bioresources BioTech2030”, Russian Federation

“Essential to develop biotechnology despite natural resource abundance in Russia”

Please read the complete interview here.

Dimitris Diakosavvas | Senior Economist, OECD

“Monitoring bioeconomy development should be priority when implementing policies.”

Please read the second part of the interview here.

Dimitris Diakosavvas | Senior Economist, OECD

Policy coherence is essential to maximize benefits from growing bioeconomy.”

Please read the first part of the interview here.

Matin Qaim | Professor of Agricultural Economics, University of Goettingen, Germany

"Better science communication could support public acceptance of new plant breeding technologies."

Please read the complete interview here.