Harmonising conflicts between science, regulation, perception and environmental impact: the case of soil conditioners from bioenergy.

@article{Riding2015HarmonisingCB,
  title={Harmonising conflicts between science, regulation, perception and environmental impact: the case of soil conditioners from bioenergy.},
  author={Matthew J. Riding and B. M. Herbert and Lois Ricketts and Ian C. Dodd and Nicholas J Ostle and Kirk T Semple},
  journal={Environment international},
  year={2015},
  volume={75},
  pages={
          52-67
        }
}
As the global population is expected to reach 9 billion by 2050, humanity needs to balance an ever increasing demand for food, energy and natural resources, with sustainable management of ecosystems and the vital services that they provide. The intensification of agriculture, including the use of fertilisers from finite sources, has resulted in extensive soil degradation, which has increased food production costs and CO2 emissions, threatening food security. The Bioenergy sector has significant… CONTINUE READING
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