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|Title:||Mobilizing Sustainable Bioenergy Supply Chains|
|Authors:||BAXTER David; COWIE Annette; BERNDES Goran; JUNGINGER Martin; MCMILLAN James D; SADDLER J.n.; VAN REE Rene|
|ISBN:||ISBN ISBN 978-1-910154-19-9 (printed paper edition)|
ISBN 978-1-910154-20-5 (eBook electronic edition)
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Analysis of the five globally significant supply chains conducted by IEA Bioenergy inter-Task teams – boreal and temperate forests, agricultural crop residues, biogas, lignocellulosic crops, and cultivated grasslands and pastures in Brazil – has confirmed that feedstocks produced using logistically efficient production systems can be mobilized to make significant contributions to achieving global targets for bioenergy. However, the very significant challenges identified in this report indicate that changes by all key members of society in public and private institutions and along the whole length of supply chains from feedstock production to energy product consumption are required to mobilize adequate feedstock resources to make a sustainable and significant contribution to climate change mitigation and provide the social and economic services possible. Notably, this report reveals that all globally significant bioenergy development has been underpinned by political backing, which is necessary for passing legislation in the form of mandates, renewable energy portfolios, carbon trading schemes, and the like. The mobilization potential identified in this report will depend on even greater policy support than achieved to date internationally.|
|JRC Directorate:||Energy, Transport and Climate|
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