International Women’s Day. We celebrate all the women who are making the bioeconomy happen

The current global labour force participation rate for women is close to 46% (for men it is 71%), according to the International Labour Organisation

According to the International Labour Organization (ILO), around the world finding a job is much tougher for women than it is for men. When women are employed, they tend to work in low-quality jobs in vulnerable conditions and there is little improvement forecast in the near future. The current global labour force participation rate for women is close to 46% (for men it is 71%, according to the International Labour Organization). The freedom to work – by choice, in conditions of dignity, safety and fairness – is integral to human welfare.

The Bioeconomy is led by women. This year, as every year, for the International Women’s Day, we dedicate a tribute to all women who are making the bioeconomy happen all around the world. With their huge competences and their infinite passion, they are the stars of the world bioeconomy. Our best and warmest wishes to all women.

This is just a partial list:

Minna Aila, SVP Neste (Finland)

Mercedes Alonso, Executive VP Neste (Finland)

Ylwa Alwarsdotter, Executive VP Sekab (Sweden)

Iris Aquilina Anderson, leader of the Bioladies Network (UK)

Catia Bastioli, CEO at Novamont (Italy)

Agnes Borg, Director Industrial Biotechnology at EuropaBio (Belgium)

Véronique de Bruijn, CEO at Photanol (Netherlands)

Carina Håkansson, DG at The Swedish Forest Industries Federation (Sweden)

Sarah Hickingbottom, General Manager at Circa Group (Australia)

Jennifer Holmgren, CEO at Lanzatech (USA)

Virginia Klausmeier, CEO at Sylvatex (USA)

Christine Lang, chairwoman at German Bioeconomy Council (Germany)

Electra Papadopoulou, co-founder Greek Bioeconomy Forum (Greece)

Theodora Retsina, CEO at American Process (USA)

Tatjana Schwabe-Markovic, Senior Project Manager at Clib (Germany)

Kathryn Sheridan, CEO at Sustainability Consult (Belgium)

Mariagiovanna Vetere, Global Public Affairs at NatureWorks (USA)

Mari Walls, President and CEO at Natural Resources Institute Finland (LUKE)

Alex Ward, President at Origin Materials (Canada)

Marie Wheat, Industry Economist at USDA BioPreferred Program (USA)

Eleni Zika, Strategic Advisor at ERC (EU)

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Il Bioeconomista, 2022-03-08.

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Bioökonomierat
Circa Group
EuropaBio
International Labour Organization (ILO)
LanzaTech Ltd.
Natural Resources Institute Finland
NatureWorks LLC
Neste Corporation
Novamont S.p.A.
Origin Materials
Photanol
Sustainability Consult

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