Record nummer 2162483
Titel The land use change impact of biofuels consumed in the EU : quantification of area and greenhouse gas impacts
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by: Hugo Valin, Daan Peters, Maarten van den Berg, Stefan Frank, Petr Havlik, Nicklas Forsell and Carlo Hamelinck ; with further contributions from: Johannes Pirker, Aline Mosnier, Juraj Balkovic, Erwin Schmid, Martina Dürauer and Fulvio di Fulvio
Auteur(s) Valin, Hugo ; Peters, Daan ; Berg, Maarten van den ; Frank, Stefan ; Havlik, Petr ; Forsell, Nicklas ; Hamelinck, Carlo ; Pirker, Johannes (contributor) ; Mosnier, Aline (contributor) ; Balkovic, Juraj (contributor) ; Schmid, Erwin (contributor) ; Dürauer, Martina (contributor) ; Fulvio, Fulvio di (contributor)
Uitgever Utrecht| : ECOFYS Netherlands BV
Jaar van uitgave 2015
Pagina's 1 online resource (PDF, XVIII, 241 pages) illustrations
Annotatie(s) Project number: BIENL13120
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Trefwoorden (cab) biobrandstoffen / biobased economy / indirecte veranderingen van landgebruik / europese unie / modellen / emissie / scenario-analyse / kooldioxide
Rubrieken Bio-energie
Publicatie type Boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) This study serves to provide new insights to the European Commission and other stakeholders about indirect carbon and land impacts from biofuels consumed in the EU, with more details on production processes and representation of individual feedstocks than was done before. ILUC cannot be observed or measured in reality, because it is entangled with a large number of other changes in agricultural markets at both global and local levels. The effect can only be estimated through the use of models. The current study is part of a continuous effort to improve the understanding and representation of ILUC.
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