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Innovation and Bioeconomy

In recent years, the bioeconomy has gained traction in the political, technical and business spheres of the Americas. Some countries have even devised strategies for its promotion. However, capacities must be strengthened to capitalize on the new frontier of technological innovations. The Innovation and Bioeconomy Program will focus on the following aspects:

  • Positioning of the bioeconomy's potential in discussions and in the major regional and international technical and political spheres, through the generation and dissemination of information, analysis and evidence.
  • Comprehensive and specific capacity building in areas that are key to the development of the bioeconomy.
  • Support for the design of policies, rules and regulations in national and international spheres, reflecting the characteristics and needs of the bioeconomy sectors.
  • Development of tools, direct technical support and promotion of South-South cooperation and regional knowledge networks, best practices and lessons learned, with respect to the formulation, implementation and evaluation of public policies, institutional structures and mechanisms to facilitate market access.
  • Investment projects for biobusinesses.

Program Manager

Technical team

Advisory team

  • Eduardo Trigo, Argentina
  • Carlos Pomareda, Costa Rica
  • Marcelo Regunaga, Argentina
  • Antonio de Oliveira, Brazil
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Featured

VIDEOS

  • Conversatorio 1: Hablemos de ganadería y biodiversidad | BioPaSOS

  • Carne sostenible en las Americas: Sesion - Estrategias que promueven los resultados de desarrollo y la sostenibilidad de la cadena de valor

  • Stratégies qui favorisent à la fois les résultats en matière de développement

  • Sesion 4 - Carne sostenible: Economía sostenible de la producción de carne bovina a

  • Production bovine durable dans les Amériques - Session 2: Comment le bétail et la viande bovine peuvent apporter des solutions au changement climatique depuis les Amériques

  • Sustainable Beef in the Americas - Session 2: How cattle and beef can provide climate change solutions from the Americas

Contact us

Technical Cooperation Direction

dct@iica.int

Hugo Chavarría Miranda

Program Manager

hugo.chavarria@iica.int