Mark Rudnicki, professor of practice in forest biomaterials in the School of Forest Resources and Environmental Science at Michigan Technological University and executive director of the Michigan Forest Biomaterials Institute, is taking part in the second World BioEconomy Forum in Ruka, Finland, Sept. 11-13, 2019.
Rudnicki is part of the panel Implementing Biostrategies, along with representatives from the European Commission, Dow Chemical, and the Austrian Federal Ministry for Sustainability and Tourism, among others. His presentation is titled: “The efforts to advance the forest bioeconomy in Michigan”.
Rudnicki is available to discuss the role of forests in a sustainable future. Sustainably harvested trees could become our cars, clothes and skyscrapers.
scraped from https://www.newswise.com/articles/michigan-tech-researcher-at-world-bioeconomy-forum-in-finland-to-promote-role-of-forest-biomaterials-in-sustainable-future