AllThings.bioPRO is an EU-funded Horizon 2020 project that aims to engage citizens on the topic of the bioeconomy. As part of the project, a serious game will be developed to foster citizens’ awareness, participation and co-creation regarding aspects of the bio-based industry. VA (Public & Science) is one of 12 European partners in this three-year project, which started in September 2020.
In the online serious game, information and education will be offered to a broad public and, at the same time, data on personal preferences, opinions and ideas on the topic of bioeconomy will be gathered. The results will help stakeholders to meet consumers’ expectations and requirements when developing their products.
Allthings.bioPRO will also collaborate with citizens on a local level. The main topics to be addressed are related to aspects of everyday life and include:
- bio-based food packaging,
- sustainable fashion,
- sustainable bio-based products for children and schools
- jobs and careers in the bioeconomy
VA will be particularly involved in developing the game mission around sustainable fashion and textiles as well as dissemination activities.
Project Partners in the consortium:
Agency for Renewable Resources (FNR e.V.) | Germany (Project Coordinator)
BTG Biomass Technology Group BV | Netherlands
Wissenschaftsladen Bonn e.V. | Germany
Foundazione iCons | Italy
nurogames GmbH | Germany
Prospex Institute | Belgium
Institute of Baltic Studies | Estonia
Fashion for Good BV | Netherlands
Stichting De Natuur – en Milieufederaties | Netherlands
Tartu Environmental Education Centre | Estonia
Vetenskap & Allmänhet | Sweden
Laboratorio Interculturale di Ricerca e di Promozione della Condizione (H)umana | Italy
Get in touch and join the network
If you are interested in joining the project’s community and staying informed, visit allthings.bio and register to the project’s community to stay updated and keep up with the bioeconomy!
AllThing.bioPRO project runs from September 2020 to August 2023 with funding from the Bio Based Industries Joint Undertaking under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under Grant Agreement Nr 887070.