Mobile Learning Hubs 

Bioeconomy driven regional development

Both – Nordic and Baltic countries are rich in biological and renewable resources and have a long tradition in utilizing them for generating social and economic benefits through the traditional sectors, such as forestry, agriculture, and fisheries, as well as in manufacturing and related sectors such as tourism. As we transition into a green economy, there is a huge potential for innovation to develop new goods and services from biological resources while creating value locally.

On this page, we invite you to discover the work of Mobile Learning Hubs in different Baltic countries in identifying ways in which bio-circular-economy serves as a driver for regional development:  

Estonia: research-business partnerships in the bioeconomy

Latvia: towards a knowledge-driven bioeconomy

Lithuania: creating symbiotic relations in bioeconomy