Our Synergies

European projects & initiatives related to the SUSTCERT4BIOBASED project. 

FOODCoST

FOODCoST aims to support the transition towards sustainable food systems by proposing a harmonising methodology to calculate externalities in climate, biodiversity, environmental, social and health along the food value chain.

ALIGNED

ALIGNED will collaborate with industries and representatives from five Bio-Based Sectors: Construction, Woodworking, Textile, Pulp And Paper, And Bio-Chemicals to harmonize and advance the scientific use of Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) in the bio-based sector.

MainstreamBio: Mainstreaming small-scale biobased solutions in rural Europe

The aim of the MainstreamBio project sets out to get small-scale bio-based solutions into mainstream practice across rural Europe, by offering innovative digital tools.

3-CO: Concise Consumer Communication through Robust Labels for Bio-based Systems

The aim of the 3-CO project is to develop and demonstrate viability of a supportive framework for Label and Certification Schemes (LCS) on Business-to-Consumers (B to C) communication for industrial bio-based products that enables and supports consumers to make more sustainable buying choices.

BioReCer

BioReCer aims to ensure the environmental performance and traceability of the biological feedstock used by the bio-based industries, deploying guidelines to strengthen the current certification schemes.

HARMONITOR

Harmonisation and monitoring platform for certification schemes and labels to advance the sustainability of bio-based systems.

STAR4BBS

International and EU sustainability certification schemes for biobased systems.

WaysTUP!

Value chains for disruptive transformation of urban biowaste into biobased products in the city context.

ROBIN

Deploying circular bioeconomies at regional level with a territorial approach.

SUSTRACK

Supporting the identification of policy priorities and recommendations for designing a sustainable track towards circular bio-based systems.

EuBioNet

The European Bioeconomy Network is a proactive alliance of 134 EU funded projects and initiatives dealing with Bioeconomy promotion, communication and support.