Development of bioeconomy is dependent on environmental, economic and social factors. Raising knowledge and public awareness requires engagement of various stakeholders. Legislation and public perception play crucial...
A strategy published by different U.S. federal agencies to accelerate innovative technologies that harness the nation’s biomass resources for affordable biofuels, bioproducts, and biopower. The Bioeconomy Initiative: Implementation Framework was developed by the Biomass Research and Development Board (BR&D Board) to guide interagency coordination for such an effort.
The Framework presents goals and actions for addressing knowledge and technology gaps in:
- Advanced algae systems
- Feedstock genetic improvement, production, management, and logistics
- Biomass conversion and carbon utilization
- Transportation, distribution, infrastructure, and end use
- Bioeconomy analysis
- Bioeconomy sustainability
In this study, Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB) worked with Agroicone to map the availability and potential of bio-based residues for producing SAF in Brazil. The results presented here are...
The scientific literature contains contrasting findings about the climate effects of forest bioenergy, partly due to the wide diversity of bioenergy systems and associated contexts, but also...