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Autor
Maciejczak Mariusz (Warsaw University of Life Sciences - SGGW, Poland), Hofreiter Karen (Technical University of Munich, Germany)
Tytuł
How to Define Bioeconomy?
Jak definiować biogospodarkę?
Źródło
Roczniki Naukowe Stowarzyszenia Ekonomistów Rolnictwa i Agrobiznesu, 2013, T. 15, z. 4, s. 243-248, tab., bibliogr. 23 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Zasoby naturalne odnawialne, Rozwój zrównoważony, Innowacje, Biogospodarka
Renewable natural resources, Sustainable development, Innovations, Bioeconomy
Uwagi
streszcz., summ.
Abstrakt
Dokonano krytycznej analizy wybranych definicji biogospodarki. Uwzględniając różne podejścia do definiowania biogospodarki należy wskazać, że w rdzeniu tego pojęcia jest zrównoważone wykorzystanie odnawialnych zasobów biologicznych przez innowacje, których źródłem jest wiedza z obszaru nauk przyrodniczych w produkty i procesy, które mają do spełnienia zarówno prywatne jak, i publiczne oczekiwania. (abstrakt oryginalny)

In this paper, a critical analysis of current bioeconomy definitions was undertaken. Having in mind all ways of defining bioeconomy, it is argued that at the core of this concept lies sustainable transformation of renewable biological resources by implementing innovation in products and processes that aim to meet both private and public expectations. The basis of such innovation is knowledge concerning life sciences. (original abstract)
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1508-3535
Język
eng
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