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Bioeconomy and Global Inequalities
AbstractGermany plays a protagonist role in promoting bioeconomy funding policies for research and innovation (R&I). Conceptualizing the role of (unequal) knowledge production in changing socio-energy systems with reference to energy justice research, Rosa Lehmann distils the role of bioenergy-related R&I funding and emphasizes that the national bioeconomy agenda has thus far failed to integrate and reinvigorate the knowledge and practices of civil society actors engaged in cooperative schemesdoi:10.1007/978-3-030-68944-5_6 fatcat:5q7cgm37gbbabjwutlorqgbhd4