A participatory systems approach to modeling social , economic , and ecological components of bioenergy

@inproceedings{Buchholz2007APS,
  title={A participatory systems approach to modeling social , economic , and ecological components of bioenergy},
  author={Thomas Buchholz and Timothy A. Volk and Valerie A. Luzadis},
  year={2007}
}
Availability of and access to useful energy is a crucial factor for maintaining and improving human well-being. Looming scarcities and increasing awareness of environmental, economic, and social impacts of conventional sources of non-renewable energy have focused attention on renewable energy sources, including biomass. The complex interactions of social, economic, and ecological factors among the bioenergy system components of feedstock supply, conversion technology, and energy allocation have… CONTINUE READING

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