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Sustainable production of bioenergy

a review of global bioenergy sustainability frameworks and assessment systems

by Deborah O"Connell

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Published by Rural Research and Development Corporation in Barton, A.C.T .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Marketing,
  • Wild flower industry,
  • Wild flowers,
  • Biomass energy industries,
  • Sustainable engineering

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Deborah O"Connell [and others]
    SeriesRIRDC publication -- no. 09/167, RIRDC publication -- no. 09/167.
    ContributionsRural Industries Research and Development Corporation (Australia)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxv, 134 pages
    Number of Pages134
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27090346M
    ISBN 101741519640
    ISBN 109781741519648
    OCLC/WorldCa504845751

    The "Up-scaling the production and consumption of bioenergy to reduce carbon emissions and enhance local employment in Nepal" project focuses on removing hazardous weeds from forests and utilising them for the production of bioenergy in the form of charcoal; this is referred to as bio-charcoal. The project contains elements of sustainable. Get this from a library! Sustainable production of bioenergy: a review of global bioenergy sustainability frameworks and assessment systems. [Deborah O'Connell; Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation (Australia);].

    Challenges of sustainable bioenergy development. Climate change is the biggest global challenge that mankind faces. Our current trajectory is likely to see global mean surface temperatures rise by at least two degrees centigrade by the end of this century. This book focuses primarily on the advantages and implications of sustainable bioenergy production in terms of ensuring a more sustainable world despite its growing energy demands. It addresses a new concept that focuses on the interactions between different uses of agricultural land (for example, agriculture for food, forage or energy and nature conservation) and their ecological, economic and Brand: Springer Netherlands.

    Get this from a library! Bioenergy from wood: sustainable production in the tropics. [Thomas Seifert, (Professor for forest growth and yield science);] -- This book is written for scientists and practitioners interested in deepening their knowledge of the sustainable production of bioenergy from wood in tropical and sub-tropical countries.   Sustainable production of bioenergy and biochar from the straw of high‐biomass The immediate goal was to demonstrate production of pyrolysis liquid that can be burned “as is” and/or potentially be upgraded to transportation grade fuel and at the same time produce biochar that can be deployed as a soil amendment. A sustainable farm Cited by:


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