E3S Web Conf.
Volume 255, 2021International Conference on Sustainable, Circular Management and Environmental Engineering (ISCMEE 2021)
|Number of page(s)||11|
|Published online||03 May 2021|
The evolution of Сircular Bioeconomy: a bibliometric review
Polissia National University, 7 Staryi Blvd., 10008 Zhytomyr, Ukraine
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The aim of the article is a theoretical and methodological substantiation of the evolutionary preconditions for the formation and development of a circular bioeconomy on the basis of a bibliometric analysis of literature sources. Global problems of humanity regarding fossil fuels scarcity, environmental pollution and rapid climate change have initiated emerging a bioeconomy approach of society development focused on producing food and non-food goods based on renewable biological resources. Scientists and experts’ intensification during the last decades contributed to increase in scientific works dedicated to modelling circular bioeconomy, which promoted bibliometric analysis of literature sources in several areas, including type of publication, leading journals, field of study, author, country of origin. Special attention is paid to establishing keywords complementary interconnections of circular and bioeconomy concepts and their role towards integrative paradigm. The given study allowed to identify main periods of circular bioeconomy evolution in scientific field, in particular, its emergence, transformation and advanced evolution. Recently, the conception has been prospering, which is indicated by scientific publications proliferating, profound research and introduction of innovative developments in practice.
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