Ecomondo and Africa Bioresource Economy

The African Biogas Association is pleased to announce its support and partnership with the organizers of Ecomondo/Key Energy. This event is particularly important as it offers the much-needed networking and engagement required to bolster Africa’s nascent bioresource economy.

Press Release updated: Oct 25, 2017 21:38 EDT

The African Biogas Association is pleased to announce its support and partnership with the organizers of Ecomondo/Key Energy. This event is particularly important as it offers the much-needed networking and engagement required to bolster Africa’s nascent bioresource economy.

We are glad to recommend the leading event in the Mediterranean area on the green and circular economy. Organized at Rimini Expo Centre from 7th to 10th November 2017, by Italian Exhibition Group, it hosts more than 1,200 companies exhibiting their products and processes and 105,000 delegates from more than 40 countries.

This event is particularly important since Italy is among the leading countries in Europe in the green and circular economy, in particular on energy efficiency, waste recycling, and resource productivity. For this reason, Ecomondo/Key Energy is a not to be missed event in the international scenario, in the field of environment and waste management, where professionals from every part of the world can discover the innovations and the leading companies in the sector.

Reconfirmed, for November 7th and 8th, the States General of the Green Economy, organized by the National Council of the Green Economy made up of 64 associations of “green companies”, in collaboration with the Italian Ministry for the Environment and the Ministry of Economic Development.

This year’s edition will analyze the growth and opportunities of the new market of the bio-based industry. The primary goal is to strengthen the strategic alliance with the natural gas industry, taking biomethane as the point of transition between renewable and traditional energy. At Ecomondo you can find the industrial initiatives and major players in the Circular Economy bio-based industry development sector, in line with the new directives of COP 21.

To support the exhibition part, a wide calendar of seminars and conferences will enrich the show, also thanks to the collaboration with the European Commission, the States General of the Green Economy and the African Biogas Association. The focus on the Mediterranean area will involve discussions on such initiatives aiming all at a long-term coordination of European and non-EU Countries towards R&I activities in the field of bio-economy. The objective is to try to create trans-national synergies and complementarities, providing added value to regional, national and EU investments, required for the promotion of Mediterranean primary production and industry, with, in turn, positive impacts on local social cohesion and political stability.

Record-breaking figures for the initiatives programmed: 550 buyers participating in 4,500 business meetings; 520 journalists accredited in the press room and 163 million media contacts thanks to the excellent coverage by generalist and trade/specialist press; feedback amplified by the social networks, which doubled the overall impressions.

To have more information or to participate in the event, visit the official website: http://www.ecomondo.com

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