Phil Hogan   Carlos Moedas   “A turning point, a milestone.” This is how Carlos Moedas and Phil Hogan – respectively European Commissioner for Research, Science and Innovation, and Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development – defined the updated European bioeconomy strategy, A sustainable Bioeconomy for Europe: Strengthening the connection between economy, society and the environment. Published on 11th October and officially presented in Brussels on the 22nd during an event that gathered around 600 people in the capital, the update comes six and a half years after the first strategy. Even the very title spells out the direction taken by parties at the Berlaymont building: the bioeconomy must be sustainable and cir...