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kända fotografer svt The European Commission recently presented a proposal containing sustainability criteria on bioenergy. Issues like the definition of sustainable bioenergy and its impact on the future use of biomass and forest management were discussed at a seminar in co-organised by Swedish Enterprise, the Federation of Swedish Farmers and the Swedish Forestry Industries Federation on December 7th.

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Seminar Sustainable use of bioenergy, panel
Seminar Sustainable use of bioenergy, panel
Sustainable use of bioenergy panel
Sustainable use of bioenergy panel
Sustainable use of bioenergy Mårten Larsson
Sustainable use of bioenergy Mårten Larsson
Sustainable use of bioenergy
Christofer Fjellner, Emma Berglund, Gustav Egnell, Magnus Kindbom, Giulio Volpi, Anders Wijkman, Mårten Larsson

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  • Emma Berglund, Secretary General CEPF
  • Gustav Egnell, Researcher, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.
  • Magnus Kindbom, Director of Forestry Federation of Swedish Farmers
  • Giulio Volpi, European Commission, DG Energy, renewable energy & CCS
  • Anders Wijkman, President of Club of Rome & former President of Environmental objectives council of Sweden

förstärkning naglar göteborg fordonsskatt lätt lastbil diesel Mårten Larsson (Forestry Director, Swedish Forestry Industries Federation) introduced the seminar by talking about biomass from a system perspective. He underlined that parts of a tree are used for many different purposes and stressed that the Swedish forest sector is driving growth in the global bioeconomy.

lösningar till matematik 5000 4 - Think about it as a bank account, if you have 100 euros, you have 5 euros in revenue you can use every year without removing money from the account. If you have 200 euros you get 10 euros every year. The more forest you have, the more you can use sustainable. Europe should grow trees!

iñigo montoya saul homeland When MEP Christofer Fjellner, MEP for EPP, asked about Larsson’s key concerns, the answer was immediate:

15 januari på engelska - Don’t regulate and put a cap on forest harvesting. Let the member states decide how much harvest they can allow in a sustainable manner.

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mödrar och söner theodor kallifatides -But this is the first time the European Commission moves away from subsidiarity principle, and puts forward legislation on the sustainability of forests, Berglund stated.

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strömbrytare svart retro -When someone presents you a result, you always have to ask what assumptions are behind. When assessing the climate impact of biomass, it’s crucial to look at assumptions on timeframe, scope and how biomass is compared to fossil fuels.

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är inte heller engelska slagbord blocket örebro Giulio Volpi (DG Energy, renewable energy & CCS) introduced the Commission’s proposal by underlining the wish to create incentives for the efficient use of wood. He also made clear the intention of the Commission to phase out the first generation of biofuels but create clear incentives to promote advanced biofuels.

skorv i hårbotten apoteket -The Commission’s approach is pragmatic and we have presented sustainability criteria that constitute a minimum level of responsibility. There are many uncertainties concerning the sustainability of biomass we have recognized that in our work, Volpi explained.

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vad är normalt blodvärde barn -Sweden is covered to 65% of forests and we have a long tradition of taking care of our forests. The approach to forest management is divided in Europe, Wijkman said.

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lediga jobb ekonomichef skåne -Trees are like teenagers, they are eating most CO2 in when they are growing up! Older forest don’t contribute as much, Kindbom stated.

antingen eller frågor till killar MEP Christofer Fjellner summed up the discussion with one last warning,

slutade sin resa på vitön -We have to be careful so we don’t regulate biomass to hard and fails to reach the main goal, tackling climate change and phasing out fossil fuels.


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