Sustainable and increasingly circular. That’s how the Italian bioeconomy should be, according to the updated version of the national strategy presented on 14th May at the Presidency of the Council of Ministers in Rome. In this respect, Italy is following the European model unfalteringly. Indeed, the Comission, led by Jean-Claude Juncker, had already presented its update in October 2018, bringing together the two paradigms of the bioeconomy and the circular economy, as repeatedly demanded by the vast majority of European stakeholders. Furthermore, like Brussels, Rome has placed a strong focus on communication and education to raise public awareness on the huge potential of a bio-based economy for the creation of sustainable development and jobs while curbing climate eme...