Bioeconomy, a solution of today to the problems of tomorrow?

bioéconomieBy placing the use of biomass at the heart of economic activities, bioeconomy tries to meet human needs (energy, materials, food, chemicals, etc.) while reducing our dependence on fossil fuels and our impact on the environment.



The 11th World Forum for a Responsible Economy will take place in Lille on 17, 18 and 19 October 2017. Discover the concept note 2017


Future of work : Nabomita Mazumdar contribution from India

From serving a community of 3 million professionals world wide to making it to the top 100 influences for start-ups. She seamlessly connected employers to employees, problems to solutions in most appealing fashion.

Article written by Basic Income Collective for World Forum

Because attention is irresistibly depending on purchased visibilité, public debate about global economic issues is not clear-headed, nor fair. Super fast growing companies design & deploy digital infrastructures that radically transform service industry : the media hype is all about ûber, airBnB and their GAFAM big brothers. (=Google+Amazon+Facebook+Apple+Microsoft).

Who believes these hyperproductive systems run without human work ? Unfortunately, the oldschool working right is already obsolete in the new “on demand” economic paradigm.


Mapping of the contributors to World Forum for a Responsible Economy's blog

Contributors mapped are regularly invited to share best practice, co-create educational resources, participate to events organised by @worldforumeco on our key topics: CSR, Sharing Economy, Basic Income, Future of Work.. To propose an article, please kindly write to Noémy Messifouda (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).