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Following the lignite phase-out, the Rhenish mining region is to transform into a model region for a bio-based circular economy.
Transitioning towards more sustainable practices requires a new approach of knowledge and systemic thinking. Accordingly, the requirements for employees and the education of young people are diverse and interdisciplinary.
New occupational fields will emerge and occupations in existing professions have to adjust. We want to be well positioned for the future in the region. Remaining curious and wanting to learn new things are therefore very important in times of structural change.
The coordination office BioökonomieREVIER addresses education from the perspective of the bioeconomy. To this end, we develop educational offers for young people as well as for people who are already working.