What is good for the environment can, and should, also be good for business. As the political call for ambition has
grown stronger in the last four years on questions of sustainability and climate change, political leaders and
policymakers are expected to adjust their strategic priorities towards achieving a more sustainable EU by 2030.
Additionally, the increasingly complex international environment pushes the EU to rethink its competitiveness
angle, thus placing strategic autonomy at the front of the political agenda. Through this session, policymakers,
industry, and consumers will reflect on the next five years by discussing concrete solutions for a competitive
circular EU bioeconomy.