Variable demand as a means to more sustainable biofuels and biobased materials.

Activity: Talk or presentationInvited talkAcademic

Description

The talk presents the results of a survey on variable demand of biofuels and discusses the effects on sustainability issues such as the negative or positive effects on food security, agricultural productivity and on indirect land use change. This is relevant for implementing biofuels under REDIII in The EU.

The talk is based on an earlier papers:
- Vural Gursel, I., Quist-Wessel, F., Langeveld, H., Kline, K. L., Slingerland, M., Grassini, P., Kwant, K. & Elbersen, W. 2021. Variable demand as a means to more sustainable biofuels and biobased materials. In: Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining. 15, 1, p. 15-31. https://doi.org/10.1002/bbb.2164
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- Expert workshop “Variable demand as an avenue to sustainable first generation biofuels and biobased chemicals”, 3 December 2018, The Hague, Netherlands, TR2019-02 (Elbersen et al.)
available at https://task43.ieabioenergy.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/11/2019/03/TR2019-02.pdf
Period26 Jan 2022
Event titleFuels of the Future.
19th International Conference on Renewable Mobility
Event typeConference