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Title Bio#Futures : foreseeing and exploring the bioeconomy / Emmanuel Koukios, Anna Sacio-Szymanska, editors.
Imprint Cham : Springer, 2021.

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Subject Sustainable development.
Environmental economics.
Alt Name Koukios, Emmanuel,
Sacio-Szymanska, Anna,
Description 1 online resource
Contents Part 1. Setting the Scene for Bio#Futures -- Chapter 1. Bioeconomy as a driver for upcoming 7th K-wave (2050-100) -- Chapter 2. What can we do? Participatory foresight for the bioeconomy transition -- Chapter 3. The Emergence of Bioeconomy in the 6th Kondratiev Wave of Change A Horizon Scanning-Based Approach -- Part 2. Towards Circular Bioeconomy and Biosociety -- Chapter 4. Strategies for Rapid Transition to a Circular, Bio-based Society -- Chapter 5 -- Circular Bioeconomy : A Path to Sustainable and Climate wise (Material) Economy? -- Chapter 6 -- The Bioeconomy Perspectives in Transformation towards a Circular Economy in Poland -- Part 3. BioEcoJust Themes and Approaches -- Chapter 7. OPEN BIOFUTURES: the Challenge of maintaining Agency for long-term Futures -- Chapter 8. Sensing and Making Sense of Emergent BioEthos Using Futuring Games -- Chapter 9. Bioeconomy in maturation - A pathway towards a good bioeconomy or distorting silence on crucial matters? -- Part 4. Agro-Food and Healthcare Advancements -- Chapter 10. Technological Landscape of the Agriculture and Food Sector: A Long-Term Vision -- Chapter 11. Parallels between the Future for MedTech and Agri-Tech, Perspectives Drawing on the British Experience -- Chapter 12. Genomic vaccines for pandemic diseases in times of COVID-19: global trends and patent landscape -- Chapter 13. Non- Communicable Diseases in the era of precision medicine: an overview of the causing factors and prospects -- Chapter 14. Obstacles in the Adaptation of Biopesticides in India -- Chapter 15. Energy Solutions for Agricultural Machinery : From the Oil Era Towards a Sustainable Bioeconomy -- Part 5. Sustainability Constraints and Prospects -- Chapter 16. Embedding Sustainability Strategies to Protect God's Gift: The Earth -- Chapter 17. Biological Degradation of Odorous Air Pollutants -- Chapter 18. A Systematic Approach for Assessing and Managing the Urban Bioeconomy -- Part 6. Innovative Energy Solutions -- Chapter 19. Innovation in Bioenergy - Factors Affecting Innovation in Biofuels -- Chapter 20. Increasing Flexibility of Biogas Plants Through the Application of Innovative Concepts -- Chapter 21. Case Study for Status and Exploration of Microalgae in Egypt -- Part 7. Bioeconomic Catalysts of Socio-Economic Development -- Chapter 22. Approaches on Bioeconomy Education -- Chapter 23. Bio-Economy as Proponent of Digital Meanings Society -- Chapter 24. New Humanism: A Vital Component of Sustainable Socio-Technical Change -- Part 8. The Way Ahead, Key Trends and Lessons -- Chapter 25. Bioeconomy in the 21st Century: Global Trends Analysis Perspectives -- Chapter 26. Responsible Innovation in Industry: The Role of a Firm's Multi-Stakeholder Network -- Chapter 27 -- Inclusion and Resilience in the Bioeconomy.
Summary This volume presents a timely recognition, warning and mapping of the fast approaching wave, or bio-tsunami of global socio-technical transformation, built by a much wider spectrum of converging powers, including biotechnology, new agriculture, novel foods, health, quality of life, environment, energy, sustainability, education, knowledge management, and design of smart applications. The book contains eight sections corresponding to different clusters of bioeconomic and socio-technical change, as identified by the editors scanning the Horizon foresight research; it also offers an integrated view of the future bioeconomy landscape though the convergence of several technologies that affect everyday life. The clusters offer methodologies for forecasting the future bioeconomy, and how these predictions can affect target-setting and the orientation of policies and actions to manage cultural and societal change, and achieve sustainable development in less developed areas. The book will be of interest to researchers, producers, logistics experts, policy makers, regulators, business and financial institutions, and biotechnologists (e.g. geneticists, food experts, etc.).
ISBN 9783030649692 (electronic bk.)
3030649695 (electronic bk.)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-030-64969-2
OCLC # 1250305718
Additional Format Original 3030649687 9783030649685 (OCoLC)1202761192

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