New Publication – Sustainability governance of Canada’s agriculture-based bioeconomy | Bioenergy

, New Publication – Sustainability governance of Canada’s agriculture-based bioeconomy | Bioenergy, The Circular EconomyThis report, produced in the framework of IEA Bioenergy Task 43 (biomass supply), provides a current Canadian perspective on how the sustainability of the agricultural bioeconomy is governed.  In Canada, the agricultural bioeconomy (in which  agricultural biomass is used as feedstock to produce energy, fuels, chemicals, and bio-based materials) is still emerging with liquid biofuels and biogas production being at commercial scale while many other types of bioproducts are still in the R&D and pilot stages of innovation. To date, the dominant feedstocks supplying the bioeconomy are grain corn, canola oil, wheat, soy oil, used cooking oil, animal fat, dairy manure, and food processing waste.

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