Enabling bioenergy to play a key role in transforming the energy system will require a strong increase in the supply of biomass feedstock compared to today. This webinar will show how the integration of new biomass production systems into agriculture landscapes can provide bioenergy feedstock while simultaneously reducing current land use impacts. An overview of promising opportunities at the EU level will be followed by a presentation of recent advances in Denmark illustrating the potential for radical innovation to make current agricultural systems more productive and environmentally benign.
Presenters: Oskar Englund, Chalmers University Sweden and Uffe Jørgensen, Aarhus University, Denmark.
When? 13 Dec 2018, 16:00 CET
More info: Please see the attached poster.
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