Change without changing everything is possible!
Aware of the major challenges of tomorrow, we believe in new ways of producing, feeding, moving, housing and caring for ourselves.
We believe in all these new habits that favour the bioeconomy and allow its development in all markets and sectors, following a circular model.
Because we believe in a better future, the bioeconomy is there to support this change…
AND IT CAN CHANGE EVERYTHING.
The bioeconomy encompasses all activities related to the production and transformation of biomass, whether it is of agricultural, forestry or aquaculture origin, for the purposes of food production (human or animal), bio-based chemistry, bio-based materials or energy.
- Ensuring food security
- Reducing resource dependency and contributing to the fight against climate change
- Providing opportunities for growth and job creation, strengthening France’s competitiveness through the revitalisation of rural areas
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May the change benefits the members
By participating in a collective and virtuous dynamic
May the change benefit the economic stakeholders
Through the prospects for growth, innovation and the sustainability of activities in various markets
May the change benefit the territories and their populations
Through employment opportunities for their inhabitants and the quality of life of people on a daily basis
May the change benefits the planet
By reducing our dependence on both fossil and renewable resources and contributing to the fight against global warming
500+ members committed
for the bioeconomy
We are the reference network for the bioeconomy in France, Europe and internationally.
Our team of 35 specialists works for more than 500 members, from upstream agriculture to the marketing of finished products. Today, we are indeed the France of the bioeconomy at the heart of all territories. We encourage the bioeconomy, support our members’ projects, and promote meetings and collective dynamics.
The ambition of the B4C network? To make France one of the world’s leaders in the development of biomass.