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November 17, 2014

nature.tec: the special show on the biobased economy

Bioenergy and renewable raw materials in Hall 5.2a

Berlin, 17 November 2014 – What can be done to create a sustainable and economically efficient farming industry? nature.tec, the special show on the biobased economy, has the answers and from 16 to 25 January 2015 will be presenting them at the International Green Week Berlin. In Hall 5.2a ministries, institutions and associations will be showcasing the entire range of uses for sustainable raw materials, including energy and products.

Plants as a source of raw materials

The focus of the special show is on plants in their role as the most important source of raw materials in the biobased economy.

nature.tec`s topics are: ’Cultivation & Breeding“, ’Raw materials’, ’Bioenergy’ and ’Products’. The ’Bioenergy’ displays will showcase biobased liquid, gas and solid energy forms as alternatives to fossil fuels, while in the ’Products’ section exhibitors will be presenting biomaterials, biolubricants, building materials and chemical products made from renewable materials. All topics focus on sustainable production of raw materials and sustainable processing.

Programme featuring information and activities

In addition to the quality displays of the relevant technologies, raw materials and end products that are currently in use there will also be entertainment to provide visitors with a hands-on experience of the biobased economy. On weekday mornings school classes can take part in a special programme that includes activities and offers in-depth information on renewable raw materials and bioenergy.

nature.tec is sponsored by the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL), the Specialist Agency for Renewable Resources (FNR), the German Farmers’ Union (DBV), and is promoted by Messe Berlin. Full details are available at, and daily updates can be found on Twitter at

For more information:


Nike Marquardt, tel. +49 (0) 30 / 44 03 88-0

Norbert Breuer