The Project and its outcomes have been presented by our Partner, the Centre of Alpine Studies of Pieve Tesino, in a workshop on sustainability and bioeconomy organized by the University of Tuscia.

 
Starting from strengths and weaknesses of high added value wood value chains, the presentation focused on the great potential of lignocellulosic biomasses, together with AlpLinkBioEco contribution in finding new applications for them in different sectors and regions via the Value Chain Generator.