Record nummer 2240724
Titel Indicators of the U.S. Biobased Economy
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Jay S. Golden, Robert Handfield, Janire Pascual-Gonzalez, Ben Agsten, Taylor Brennan, Lina Khan and Emily True
Auteur(s) Golden, Jay S. ; Handfield, Robert ; Pascual-Gonzalez, Janire ; Agsten, Ben ; Brennan, Taylor ; Khan, Lina ; True, Emily
Uitgever Washington, DC : United States Department of Agriculture
Jaar van uitgave 2018
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Trefwoorden (cab) biobased economy / biobrandstoffen / bio-energie / ethanol / hernieuwbare energie / biodiesel / biomassa / materialen uit biologische grondstoffen
Rubrieken Bio-energie / Industriƫle sector
Publicatie type Boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting The biobased economy is playing an increasingly important role in the American economy. Through innovations in renewable energies and the emergence of a new generation of biobased products, the sectors that drive the biobased economy are providing job creation and economic growth. To further understand and analyze trends in the biobased economy, this report compares 2011 and 2016 report data.
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