Article "Environmental and socioeconomic footprints of the German bioeconomy" published in Nature Sustainability

It contains central results of the SYMOBIO project. We estimate global key environmental footprints (FPs) of the German bioeconomy in a historic analysis from 2000-2015 and in projection until 2030. Findings imply that sufficient monitoring of the bioeconomy needs to consider both production and consumption perspectives, as well as global FPs of national economies. Full-text access to a view-only version of the paper is available by using the following SharedIt link:

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