Intern: SEI Initiative on Governing Bioeconomy Pathways

SEI Asia is seeking a Thai intern interested in researching the bioeconomy. The intern will partake in research under SEI’s Initiative on Governing Bioeconomy Pathways.

The significance of the Bioeconomy is widely agreed upon, as well as its benefits to resource efficiency, climate-smart and sustainable production systems for food, feed, fuels and value-added agro-industrial products for a healthier and more prosperous future. There is little agreement, however, on its pathways to success. The Governing Bioeconomy Pathways initiative aims to better articulate alternative pathways for bioeconomy development and  identify policies, institutions and governance mechanisms to guide key decision-makers at different levels toward more cohesive and constructive bioeconomy governance.