This toolkit aims to provide rapid access to information and steps to consider for implementation of projects on degraded or alternative lands for production of biofuels. The toolkit is meant to enable industrial actors and stakeholders to scope the feasibility and procedures of new opportunities for producing low-ILUC biofuels.
The toolkit also presents the results of the BIKE project as part of its exploitation goals. The toolkit addresses nine main topics for rapid access by users for scoping their own activities related to low ILUC, based on the results of the BIKE project. Each topic contains a series of live links that enable the user to access various documents within BIKE’s webpage and other relevant literature. You can click on the 9 icons below to explore the topics
The toolkit is not intended to replace a feasibility study but is meant instead to provide ready and easy access to a variety of methods, information and resources. In addition, at the end of the Toolkit document, the user will find a link to access a brief survey for providing feedback on the Toolkit while the portal is kept alive. The data will be used only to help understand users’ views and will be stored securely by research partners at Imperial College and shared with the consortium only when required. Download the toolkit in a report format.
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BIKE (Biofuels production at low Indirect Land Use Change risk for European sustainable bioeconomy) is a Horizon 2020 project that supports the implementation of the Renewable Energy Directive II of the European Commission by providing evidence, measuring and widely disseminating the market potential of low ILUC risk value chains for biomass, biofuels and bioliquids in Europe.
The purpose of the survey is to gather your views on the Toolkit. The data that you provide will be used for monitoring the impact of the BIKE project and help improve the Toolkit.
You will not be asked to provide any personal data and your answers will be bound by all applicable General Data Protection Regulation (UK GDPR and the Data Protection Act 2018 and the EU GDPR 2016/679). The survey data will be stored securely by the project partners at Imperial College London. Before you proceed, you’ll need to give your consent below.
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