D4.4 Regulation action plan

Luana Ladu, Janire Clavell, Rainer Quitzow, Ortwin Costenoble, Minique Vrins, Janwillem van den Berg, Tatevik Babayan, Christopher vom Berg, Lara Dammer, Asta Partanen, M.J.A. van den Oever, Iris Vural Gürsel, H.L. Bos

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Abstract

The bioeconomy is a new market field that was not considered when most of the existing regula-tions were drafted in several areas, including, for example, regulations on the end-of-life (EOL) stage of plastics. Consequentially, even though an EU bioeconomy strategy exists, a coherent and coor-dinated policy framework is still missing1. In addition, the lack of necessary mechanisms (e.g. regu-lative carbon pricing) and the fact that existing policies and standards are mostly based only on fossil-based products (e.g. existing EOL schemes are focused on fossil-based products and do not consider bio-based counterparts) are hampering the development of the bioeconomy.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherEU
Number of pages63
Publication statusPublished - 2019

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Ladu, L., Clavell, J., Quitzow, R., Costenoble, O., Vrins, M., van den Berg, J., ... Bos, H. L. (2019). D4.4 Regulation action plan. EU.
Ladu, Luana ; Clavell, Janire ; Quitzow, Rainer ; Costenoble, Ortwin ; Vrins, Minique ; van den Berg, Janwillem ; Babayan, Tatevik ; vom Berg, Christopher ; Dammer, Lara ; Partanen, Asta ; van den Oever, M.J.A. ; Vural Gürsel, Iris ; Bos, H.L. / D4.4 Regulation action plan. EU, 2019. 63 p.
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