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Mobilizing Sustainable Bioenergy Supply Chains

(2013-2016) Mobilizing Sustainable Supply Chains in Bioenergy was a project undertaken with the involvement of a number of bioenergy experts from the IEA Bioenergy. The work analyzed sustainable bioenergy production systems to determine the critical factors for their mobilization through a series of case studies. 


The study focused on five strategic bioenergy supply chains, representing key global biomes:


1. Forest biomass of temperate and boreal ecosystems;

2. Agricultural crop residues in Denmark, Canada and the United States of America;

3. Regional production of biogas from municipal solid waste, oil palm waste and co-digestion of municipal and agricultural waste; 

4. Integration of lignocellulosic cultures in agricultural landscapes;

5. Natural and cultivated pastures in Brazil.


Related Link: Sustainable Chains and Bioenergy

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