Dr Elsa João, from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of Strathclyde in Scotland, has been working closely with students from the MSc in Sustainability and Environmental Studies and MSc in Environmental Entrepreneurship to develop education materials related to the bioeconomy and sustainability. The workshop aimed at getting feedback on what had been done and get new ideas from the 20 attendees.
“Bioeconomy comes to Jelgava”
At the occasion of the event “Forest comes to Jelgava” (Mežs ienāk Jelgavā), a ‘Bioeconomy’ booth was set up and presented in individual sessions. The booth features a series of educational materials about bioeconomy. The event report is available in both English and Latvian.