CARINA Project Makes Waves at the European Biomass Conference & Exhibition

[Bologna, Italy] – The CARINA project, has garnered significant attention at the European Biomass
Conference & Exhibition (EUBCE). Presented by Federica Zanetti, a distinguished Senior Assistant
Professor in Agronomy and Field Crops at the University of Bologna, CARINA has captivated attendees
with its research and advancements.

As the largest biomass conference and exhibition in the world, EUBCE provides a platform for industry
professionals, researchers, policymakers, and innovators to gather, collaborate, and shape the future of
biomass utilization. With its presence at this esteemed event, the CARINA project takes center stage,
showcasing its commitment to sustainable practices and its potential to revolutionize the field.
Federica Zanetti, an esteemed expert in agronomy and field crops, has been entrusted with the
responsibility of representing the CARINA project at the conference. With her extensive knowledge and
expertise, Zanetti has been engaging visitors with invaluable insights into CARINA's initiatives.
Conference attendees have been fortunate to learn from Federica’s expertise, gaining a deeper
understanding of the project's objectives and its implications for sustainable solutions.
The CARINA project's participation in the EUBCE reinforces its dedication to driving innovation and
fostering collaboratio. By leveraging the event's networking opportunities, CARINA aims to forge

partnerships with like-minded individuals and organizations, paving the way for impactful advancements
in biomass utilization.
CARINA's pioneering work aligns with the global agenda of transitioning towards a greener future. By
exploring innovative farming solutions, the project aims to reduce carbon emissions, enhance resource
efficiency, and promote sustainable diversification in agriculture.



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