EUobserver's 2018 Business in Europe magazine takes a closer look at Europe's bioeconomy and how "the business of nature" is changing the way people look at waste and natural resources.
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Jobs in the bioeconomy in 2014 The European bioeconomy still employs most people in traditional sectors like agriculture. The more recent fields like bio-based chemicals, biofuels and biobased electricity account for only a small slice of total employment. Forestry Bio-based chemicals, pharmaceuticals and plastics (excl. biofuels) Manufacture of paper and paper products Fishery Biofuels Bio-based electricity Bio-based textiles Wood products and furniture Food, beverage and tobacco industry Agriculture 11 — BUSINESS IN EUROPE MAGAZINE 2018