How sustainable is bioenergy from lignocellulosic crops cultivated on marginal land (MagL)?
An overview of the results of the environmental and socio-economic assessment within the SEEMLA project.
Join SEEMLA for a webinar on November 9, 2018 at 11AM CEST
One of the main objectives of SEEMLA was the evaluation of the impacts on sustainability associated with bioenergy from lignocellulosic crops cultivated on marginal land (MagL), both for generic scenarios, which are representing typical conditions found across Europe, and for specific scenarios covering selected countries / pilot cases. The environmental assessment was carried out using a combination of two methods: screening Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and Life Cycle Environmental Impact Assessment (LC-EIA). Profitability was assessed by means of life cycle costing (LCC), with a focus on the farmer’s perspective.
During the webinar, IFEU staff will present and share the results obtained during the SEEMLA project.
Nils Rettenmaier, IFEU
Bioenergy from marginal land: an overview of environmental potentials and pitfalls
Dr Heiko Keller,IFEU
Insights into socio-economic impacts of using marginal land for bioenergy production
Interested? Check our website www.seemla.eu to learn more about MagLs and register now to join our webinar on Friday 9 November (11:00-12:30 CEST).
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This project, coordinated by FNR, has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 691874.