On the 9th of November the panel discussion “Policy, business-models and human capital for bioeconomy: Identifying opportunities” took place in the Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO
As a part of a series of events under a common name "Europe and Russia towards cooperation in the bioeconomy development" the Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO in cooperation with the European Forest Institute has organized the panel discussion "Regulation, business-models and human capital for bioeconomy: identification of opportunities” on the 9th of November 2017.
During the event, experts from forestry and bioeconomy fields have been discussing new approaches, technologies and opportunities for sustainable management of the renewable biological resources with a special focus on forests, as well as opportunities for international cooperation in order to improve strategies, business approaches and human capital development in this area.
The event has brought together about 80 representatives from business, non-profit organizations, academic community and public authorities, and was chaired by Sergei Ivanov - the Special Presidential Representative for Environmental Protection, Ecology and Transport and Esko Aho - Strategic Advisor of the European Forest Institute and Ex-Prime Minister of Finland.
Among the key speakers and participants of the panel discussion were:
Andrei Sharonov, President, Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO
Sergei Ivanov, Special Presidential Representative for Environmental Protection, Ecology and Transport
Esko Aho, Ex-Prime Minister of Finland, Strategic Advisor, European Forest Institute