Participating Ministries

The Sustainable Bioeconomy Strategy Baden-Württemberg is an interdepartmental strategy implemented under the leadership of two ministries, where the specific expertise of both ministries merges into one overall approach. This collaboration will make it possible to observe the circular economy of material flows between spaces, regions, and sectors.

The Ministry of Food, Rural Areas, and Consumer Protection

The Ministry of Food, Rural Areas, and Consumer Protection

For the bioeconomy, the Ministry of Food, Rural Areas, and Consumer Protection supports the efficient and environmentally friendly production of raw materials from the agricultural, forestry, and fishery industries that can be transformed into high quality products. Among these, the production of healthy foodstuffs takes priority. Great potential in raw material turnaround relies on the intelligent use of biogenic raw materials and the side streams. Functional and sustainable materials derived from biomass have a wide variety of technical applications. The energetic utilization of residues supports the production of energy from renewable sources. Through modern production and conversion processes and systematic nutrient recycling, the bioeconomy contributes to the protection of natural resources, biodiversity, and the climate. The goal is a modern, biobased circular economy that has a positive impact on value creation and job creation in rural areas and that ensures the competitiveness of our innovative enterprises.  

 


Topics:

  • Rural development
  • Experiencing forests and nature 
  • Biodiversity and land use
  • Agriculture
  • Animal welfare and health
  • Bioeconomy and innovation
  • Consumer protections
  • Nutrition
  • Geographical data



To the Ministry of Food, Rural Areas, and Consumer Protection's website

The Ministry of the Environment, Climate Protection, and the Energy Sector

The Ministry of the Environment, Climate Protection, and the Energy Sector

The Ministry of the Environment, Climate Protection, and the Energy Sector supports the transition to a sustainable bioeconomy in the state. It does this via initiatives in the realm of climate and resource protections, air and water pollution control, circular economy and cascade usage, as well as the utilization of raw materials over several production stages to achieve as complete a recycling of the material as possible. In this way, the state aims to create and demonstrate innovative opportunities for sustainable business. The utilization of plants, animals, bacteria, or waste should reduce the demand for fossil-based fuels and thus CO2 emissions. By promoting innovative technologies, concepts, and processes, urban spaces and industry can be transitioned to a sustainable bioeconomy and further strengthen Baden-Württemberg’s international renown as a leader in the field of environmental and plant-based technologies. 



Topics:

  • Energy transition and nuclear phase-out
  • Climate protection
  • Expansion of renewable energies
  • Protection of natural livelihoods
  • Nature conservation
  • Sustainable dealings
  • Resource efficiency and environmental technology
  • International cooperation 



To the website of the Ministry of the Environment, Climate Protection, and the Energy Sector's website

 

Informationen  zum Datenschutz und zum Einsatz von Cookies auf dieser  Seite finden Sie in unserer Datenschutzerklärung