1s1b: Negative Green House Gas (GHG) Emissions and longtime sequestration through the development of C-based products.
The transition towards a bio-based economy and sustainable development offers high perspectives for biomass utilization. Terrestrial and marine ecosystems provide us these resources. Additionally, the development of long-term carbon storage carbon in bioproducts and substitution of fossil-based products could contribute to the reduction of atmospheric GHGs, supporting climate change mitigation. However, there is still a lack of integrated knowledge about the potential reduction of GHG emissions and the potential scale of the applications, as well as their environmental, social and economic effects.Â
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