Even without a bioeconomy strategy, Australia – the world’s twelfth economy which has been growing for the last 30 years – is showing with its actions an ever more definite commitment to a bio-based future. The transition has already begun and is being led by the state of Queensland.
Australia is the world’s sixth-largest country by surface area. Rich in natural resources, and driven by a strong and dynamic economy, the country, led by Prime Minister Scott John Morrison, does not yet have a bioeconomy strategy. However, it is well prepared to become a protagonist in the development of this sector at a global level.
This is mainly thanks...