BioBased

Biobased Materials can make a change

Climate change is one of the most substantial threats faced by humanity to date. The increase of global temperatures gives rise to environmental and social disasters, such as droughts, floods, extreme weather, and subsequent loss of animal and plant diversity. The largest contribution to greenhouse gas emissions comes from the generation of energy produced by the combustion of fossil fuels such as natural gas, oil, and coal both for industry needs as well as residential heating and electricity. As such, the chemical industry is a major consumer of fossil fuels as a source of carbon and, more importantly, a source of energy... Read more 

How can we solve this problem?  

We have the strong belief that one of the key answers is to smartly produce materials by developing sustainable production processes for biobased materials from renewable feedstock
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