Escola Superior de Biotecnologia

Biotechnology helping the path to sustainability in the agri-food sector

Wednesday, July 04, 2022 - 15:19

 

Catarina Amorim, Researcher at the Centre for Biotechnology and Fine Chemistry, Catholic University of Portugal.

The 2030 Agenda defines a set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to be achieved by all countries, by 2030, in favor of peace, justice, equality and environmental sustainability on the planet.

The rapid and growing world population has led to increasing industrialization, especially focused on production to meet the demand for products. This phenomenon generated many problems for other dimensions, namely at the environmental level, with the depletion of natural resources and other negative impacts on the environment.

Read the article in full here.

 

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Catarina Amorim, Researcher at the Centre for Biotechnology and Fine Chemistry, Catholic University of Portugal.

The 2030 Agenda defines a set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to be achieved by all countries, by 2030, in favor of peace, justice, equality and environmental sustainability on the planet.

The rapid and growing world population has led to increasing industrialization, especially focused on production to meet the demand for products. This phenomenon generated many problems for other dimensions, namely at the environmental level, with the depletion of natural resources and other negative impacts on the environment.

Read the article in full here.

 

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Catarina Amorim, Researcher at the Centre for Biotechnology and Fine Chemistry, Catholic University of Portugal.

The 2030 Agenda defines a set of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to be achieved by all countries, by 2030, in favor of peace, justice, equality and environmental sustainability on the planet.

The rapid and growing world population has led to increasing industrialization, especially focused on production to meet the demand for products. This phenomenon generated many problems for other dimensions, namely at the environmental level, with the depletion of natural resources and other negative impacts on the environment.

Read the article in full here.

 

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