Bioenergy

Global Land Outlook investigates the land-energy nexus

12 September, 2017 Global Land Outlook (GLO) launched “Energy and Land Use” working paper at the UNCCD COP 13 in Ordos, China.

IEA Bioenergy: Call for contributions

IEA Bioenergy Task 43's call for contributions: Attractive Systems for Bioenergy Feedstock Production in Sustainably Managed Landscapes.

Doing wonders with biochar for soil quality in Africa, how do we take it to the next level?

Energy access is a tricky puzzle for the African continent. 70% of the population in sub Saharan Africa relies on biomass for energy. It means that most of the population burns firewood, charcoal, agricultural residues and animal dung for cooking food and for getting done with other day-to-day routines.

Landscape management and design for food, bioenergy and the bioeconomy: methodology and governance aspects

Photo courtesy x1klima (CC BY-ND 2.0)

Landscape management workshop co-arranged by the SIANI-Focal theme held at Chalmers 15-16 March. Contact Eskil Mattsson eskil.mattsson@chalmers.se if you want to take part of the workshop outcomes.

Q&A: Francis X. Johnson on the science and politics of bioenergy and sustainability

A major new book examines the potential for sustainable growth of bioenergy use, potential impacts, and the role of good governance in maximizing benefits and avoiding harm.

Bioenergy and Climate-compatible Rural Development

During the recent World Bioenergy Conference (WBC) on 3-5 June in Jönköping, Sweden, a workshop focusing on rural development was held, entitled: “How can Bioenergy benefit Rural Development in Tropical Countries?” The speakers addressed existing projects at both pilot and commercial scale in three different regions of Africa (East, West and Southern) and covered both agricultu