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In India, the forest-based circular bioeconomy generates socio-economic benefits for the population

Developed within the framework of the Circular Bioeconomy Alliance established by His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, the Assam Living Lab project in India aims to restore degraded forests in the Eastern Himalayas and develop agroforestry, a source of socio-economic benefits for the populations. Led on the ground by the Balipara Foundation, the project contributes to a circular bioeconomy that sustainably valorizes biological resources from trees and ensures their circular transformation into food, energy from biomass and biomaterials, with the objective of sustainably improving the living conditions of local communities.

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