Happy 1st birthday, SUSTRACK: first newsletter is out!

Funded by the European Commission as a Coordination and Support Action (CSA) and led by the UnitelmaSapienza University of Rome, the three-year SUSTRACK project aims at supporting the identification of policy priorities and recommendations for designing a sustainable track towards circular bio-based systems, and has now reached its first year of activities.

Discover the results achieved and the work done in the first year of the project by navigating the first SUSTRACK newsletter, in order to support the circular bioeconomy transition!

In this issue you will find:

  • SUSTRACK INSPIRE conference program;
  • SUSTRACK research results about:
    • Limits, barriers and solutions to boost the transition towards acircular bio-based economy;
    • How the transition to circular bio-based systems can be monitoredand evaluated?
    • Case studies selection;
    • Generation of a policy portfolio scenario.
  • SUSTRACK participation at European Researchers’ Night and Maker Faire in Italy;
  • How to be involved in collaboration with other projects and initiatives in the bioeconomy innovation system.