Professor David Chiaramonti from RE-CORD, coordiantor of BIKE, has recently published a policy brief on Biochar and the relative opportuinities arising from its exploitation. Biochar is an important element for the BIKE project, in Case study #1 the
A new paper released in March 2021 by a group of experts, and led by the BIKE partner Imperial College London, points out challenges and opportunities associated with advanced biofuels. From the abstract: Advanced biofuels are among the available
BIKE is a new Horizon 2020 project to support the market uptake of safe and reliable biomass value chains, based on improved farming practices, as well as on the cultivation of crops on abandoned and degraded land, that can deliver food, feed, fuels and materials with low risk of generating indirect land use changes.
On the 19th of November, the Wageningen University and Research (partner of the BIKE project) organised an online webinar named “Land for biomass, energy and other non-food services in the EU” together with the Institute of European Environmental Policy (IEEP) and the company Navigant.