Bioeconomy Promotion Project
Bioeconomy development business
What is the bioeconomy?
“Bioeconomy” is a concept that enables sustainable development by solving various global problems faced by humankind, such as the depletion of natural resources and climate change, through technological innovation brought about by the fusion of life science and data science. (Institute of Bioeconomy, Osaka Prefecture University)
Our Commitment Policy
At Gechelle, we are particularly committed to moving away from fossil resources and transitioning to plant resources.
Compared to around 1850, the average temperature has risen by 1.09°C. This climate change is thought to be partly due to the increase in greenhouse gases due to the consumption and combustion of fossil resources.
In addition, petroleum-plastic products do not return to nature, and the disposal of the ever-increasing amount of garbage has reached its limit.
In addition, since petroleum resources are finite in the first place, we must prepare for future resource depletion.
Since many areas have unstable sources of oil and fluctuating prices and supply quantities are intense, it is possible to contribute to stable economic activity by replacing them with plant resources.
Products handled by the Company (example)
We import and sell disposable consumables and daily necessities that do not use petroleum plastics, as well as raw materials for these.
This will enable us to move away from fossil resources and realize a bioeconomy.