IPCC report on climate change

IPCC report on climate change

Key findings and notes from the round table discussion on the IPCC report on climate change and land. September 2, 2019, at the Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry, Stockholm, Sweden. Overall the participants were satisfied with the report since it highlighted a number of ways in which improved management of the land use […]

1.5 degrees is unthinkable without biomass

1.5 degrees is unthinkable without biomass

The global goal of reaching 1.5 degrees is unthinkable without biomass according to leading environmental scientist Michael Obersteiner, Director of the Environmental Change Institute at the University of Oxford. Speaking at the World Bioenergy Association’s media partnership event with Euractiv, Professor Michael Obersteiner of the University of Oxford, a modeller for the IPCC reports on […]

Biomass helps fight Climate Change

Biomass helps fight Climate Change

“Biomass helps fight Climate Change – Climate change is a major threat to the human systems and environment. The most important climate change mitigation measure is the transformation of energy, industry, and transport systems so that fossil carbon is not emitted to the atmosphere.” Says Dr Annette Cowie in an expert report on Climate Change […]

Modern Bioenergy is Crucial

Modern Bioenergy is crucial

Biomass materials to be used as a fuel source in the future. Modern Bioenergy is crucial. The discussion around the use of Biomass has been raging over the last few years and despite many scientific and academic reports stating the benefits to the environment and the economy, many sceptics remain unconvinced. Dr Annette Cowie has […]

Biomass for bioenergy

Biomass for bioenergy

Biomass for bioenergy – Demonstration of potential for bioenergy to contribute to energy system transformation in NSW This project is investigating opportunities for increasing the amount of sustainable biomass use in NSW with a focus on electricity generation. The purpose of the project is to identify available and potential feedstocks for bioenergy generation at varying […]

Bioenergy is essential for a green future

biomass energy

Banning the use of primary woody biomass as a raw material would eliminate 20% of energy from the EU renewable energy mix! All sustainable renewables are part of the solution! Bioenergy is essential for a green future. Shouldn’t we leave all the wood in the forest? On the contrary, leaving too much unnecessary residue on […]