Farm systems assessment of bioenergy feedstock production: Integrating bio-economic models and life cycle analysis approaches

@inproceedings{Glithero2012FarmSA,
  title={Farm systems assessment of bioenergy feedstock production: Integrating bio-economic models and life cycle analysis approaches},
  author={Neryssa J. Glithero and S. J. Ramsden and Paul Wilson},
  booktitle={Agricultural systems},
  year={2012}
}
Climate change and energy security concerns have driven the development of policies that encourage bioenergy production. Meeting EU targets for the consumption of transport fuels from bioenergy by 2020 will require a large increase in the production of bioenergy feedstock. Initially an increase in 'first generation' biofuels was observed, however 'food competition' concerns have generated interest in second generation biofuels (SGBs). These SGBs can be produced from co-products (e.g. cereal… CONTINUE READING
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