Renewal of forest based manufacturing towards a sustainable circular bioeconomy

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dc.contributor.author Antikainen, Riina
dc.contributor.author Dalhammar, Carl
dc.contributor.author Hildén, Mikael
dc.contributor.author Judl, Jáchym
dc.contributor.author Jääskeläinen, Tiina
dc.contributor.author Kautto, Petrus
dc.contributor.author Koskela, Sirkka
dc.contributor.author Kuisma, Mika
dc.contributor.author Lazarevic, David
dc.contributor.author Mäenpää, Ilmo
dc.contributor.author Ovaska, Jukka-Pekka
dc.contributor.author Peck, Philip
dc.contributor.author Rodhe, Håkan
dc.contributor.author Temmes, Armi
dc.contributor.author Thidell, Åke
dc.date.accessioned 2017-05-23T07:00:01Z
dc.date.available 2017-05-23T07:00:01Z
dc.date.issued 2017
dc.identifier.isbn 978-952-11-4684-8
dc.identifier.issn 1796-1726
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10138/186080
dc.description.abstract Environmental problems, combined with European Union environmental and energy policies shaped to address them, have created pressures for change. Some of these open significant opportunities to renew industries. This report delivers new understanding of the potential of circular economy for sustainable renewal of manufacturing in bio-based industries. With particular focus on novel value chains, it provides novel insights into the role of innovation policies in facilitating the shift towards sustainable, circular bioeconomy in Finland and Sweden. The textile and multi-storey wood construction sectors, and emergent biorefineries are utilised as case studies that deepen understanding of the circular bioeconomy, its opportunities, barriers, and impacts, and the policies that affect its emergence. Recent developments of bioeconomy and circular economy solutions and governance in the Netherlands are also summarised in order to deliver contrasting context to the Nordic focus countries. In this work, the bioeconomy is conceptualised as an economy where the basic building blocks for materials, chemicals and energy are derived from renewable biological resources, such as plant and animal biomass. The essence of the circular economy, that is used here, lies in maximisation of added value and in making the best use of any extracted raw material. This analysis shows that to date discussions and activities related to the promotion of bioeconomy and circular economy have largely been separate efforts, but there are signs that the discussions may converge. It finds that while the form of developments are similar in Finland and in Sweden in the case areas (i.e. textiles, wood construction and biorefineries), there are also clear differences in the strengths of the countries. Evidence is found that such strengths offer potential to develop world leadership in a circular bioeconomy. The report identifies policy recommendations to support renewal of manufacturing in the wood based industries towards a sustainable circular bioeconomy. fi
dc.language.iso en fi
dc.publisher Finnish Environment Institute fi
dc.relation.ispartofseries Reports of the Finnish Environment Institute 13/2017 fi
dc.title Renewal of forest based manufacturing towards a sustainable circular bioeconomy fi
dc.type Kirja fi
dc.identifier.laitoskoodi Suomen ympäristökeskus fi
dc.subject.ysa kiertotalous
dc.subject.ysa biotalous
dc.subject.ysa tekstiilit
dc.subject.ysa puurakentaminen
dc.subject.ysa biojalostamot
dc.subject.ysa biomassa
dc.subject.ysa luonnonvarat
dc.subject.ysa kestävä käyttö
dc.subject.ysa ohjauskeinot
dc.subject.ysa ympäristöpolitiikka
dc.subject.ysa Suomi
dc.subject.ysa Ruotsi
dc.subject.ysa Alankomaat

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