Bioeconomy Toolkits

The bioeconomy describes a future in which we rely on biological resources and processes to meet our needs for food, materials and energy. With so many possibilities and applications in the bioeconomy, sometimes it can be difficult to retrieve the type of information you are looking for. Don’t worry, Transition2BIO has got it covered!

We’ve created a set of informational kits to explain the bioeconomy from different perspectives, producing an online package of knowledge and supportive media. Each kit is an action-oriented compilation of related information, tools, databases, videos, presentations, platforms and good practices. Take a look!

You can also download the Toolkit for Teachers in Italian! 


Are you a citizen interested in learning more about the bioeconomy? Have a look at our Bioeconomy Toolkit for Citizens.

If you want to know more about the bioeconomy, in particular, how it benefits you and the environment and steps you can take to drive the transition to a more sustainable consumption and lifestyle, then this kit is for you. It centralizes key resources and practical and inspiring examples and stories about the bioeconomy in one place.


Are you a teacher looking for bioeconomy teaching materials for your pupils? Have a look at our Bioeconomy Toolkit for Teachers.

Are you ready to teach your students about the economy of the future? With so many educational materials about the bioeconomy scattered across the internet, it can be difficult to know where to start. With this kit, we gathered in one place the most essential resources, which can help you teach and raise awareness about the bioeconomy from primary to university level.

Discover Toolkit in Italian

Are you a student or trainee interested in starting a bioeconomy career? Have a look at our Bioeconomy Toolkit for Students.

Contemplating a career in the bioeconomy? We've collected a few resources to spark your interest.


Do you work in the field of science or bioeconomy communication and want to enhance your messaging skills? Have a look at our Bioeconomy Toolkit for Communicators.

Communicating on the bioeconomy can be tricky so we have put together this kit on how to communicate about the social, environmental and economic benefits of the bioeconomy. The first section has information on public awareness raising and the second section on how to communicate research results.

Policy Maker

Are you a policy maker looking for good practices and materials on the bioeconomy? Have a look at our Bioeconomy Toolkit for Policy Makers.

The bioeconomy needs the active engagement of policy makers to further develop. It is strongly connected to other policy fields relating to climate mitigation, circularity and sustainability and requires horizontal policies and implementation on several levels. In this kit we have centralized a few key resources that will help strengthen the bioeconomy policy context and develop strategies and roadmaps to advance it.


Do you work in the bioeconomy business sector or value chain and want to find out more about its economic potential?
Have a look at our Bioeconomy Toolkit for Business.

Not only must we seek new ways of consuming, but also of producing that respect the ecological boundaries of our planet. All stakeholders, especially the supply side, must be engaged in this systemic change towards a more sustainable economic model, promoting growth and development and preserving the ecosystem. This kit aims to raise awareness and educate the supply side about the bioeconomy at large and its benefits for them.

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