Belmopan, Belize; August 26, 2016 –
According to Belize policy targets, the country aims at increasing its share of renewable energy. Till now Bioenergy, especially Biogas, is not utilized on industrial scales in Belize. 594 more words
– by Dan Glaun, August 18, 2016, Springfield Republican
Health and Human Services Commissioner Helen Caulton-Harris will not initiate site assignment proceedings against the proposed East Springfield biomass plant, clearing a path for a project that has survived court challenges, city council opposition and protest from neighborhood organizers who describe the plant as a menace to public health. 220 more words
According to Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke) Finland will attain the targets set by the Paris climate conference if the forest-based bioeconomy evolves and attention is paid to the material cycles of wood-based materials. 239 more words
Greater international demand for biofuels has many implications for the production, price and availability of staple commodities, and these impacts need to be investigated.
On the one hand, there is some concern that large-scale biofuel production will lead to food security problems, especially in the poorest developing countries. 378 more words
One of the world’s largest logging companies is looking to get into the oil business.
Canfor is in the early phases of developing what would be the first ever commercial-scale biocrude oil plant. 181 more words
When Greg Mancuso got tired of working his regular desk job at Folklore Reforestation, he pestered his boss for a change of scenery.
Shortly after, he got what he asked for: a 12-day gig setting large piles of branches, logs and tree tops ablaze. 145 more words