Programme
 
 
 
Tuesday, 15 May 2018
Room: AUDITORIUM 11+12
10:15 - 12:35
BIOMASS RESOURCES
Session code: BP.1 Climate and Sustainability
Session Description

The challenges and opportunities arising from the sustainable use of biomass for mitigating climate impacts are addressed in the plenary session. This includes reviews of lessons learned from LCA, ILUC mitigation and climate benefits from bioenergy in agriculture and forestry, as well as sustainability governance and socio-economic impacts of support provided to biofuels.



Chairpersons:


Uwe R. FRITSCHE , IINAS, Scientific Director, GERMANY





Ana Luisa FERNANDO , Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Ciências e Tecnologia Biomassa Dpt., PORTUGAL





PRESENTERS
Jacopo GIUNTOLI
European Commission, JRC, Italy - International Council on Clean Transportation, Washington, DC, USA

Life Cycle Assessment of Bioenergy Systems: Lessons Learned in a Heated Decade

Session reference: BP.1.1
Peter BIRCH SØRENSEN
Danish Council on Climate Change, DENMARK

The Use of Solid Biomass for Energy Purposes - Recommendations to the Danish Government Regarding Regulation and Sustainability

Session reference: BP.1.2
Inge STUPAK
University of Copenhagen, Department of Geosciences and Natural Resource Management, DENMARK

Governing Sustainability of Biomass Producing Landscapes and Biomass-Based Supply Chains - State of the Art And Future Prospects

Session reference: BP.1.3
Invited

Session reference: BP.1.4
Lorenzo DI LUCIA
Imperial College London, Centre for environmental policy, UNITED KINGDOM

Assessing and Mitigating ILUC Impacts of 2g Biofuel Technologies at Project Level

Session reference: BP.1.5
Olivier DUBOIS
UN Food and Agriculture Organisation, Senior Natural Resources Officer & Leader Energy Programme, ITALY

Climate Benefits from Bioenergy: Agriculture

Session reference: BP.1.6
Robert MATTHEWS
Forest Research, UNITED KINGDOM

Climate Benefits from Bioenergy: Forestry

Session reference: BP.1.7

Please note that this Programme may be subject to alteration and the organisers reserve the right to do so without giving prior notice.