6 Januar 2012

The Bio-Based economy: A Renewed and Renewable Vision for 2012

Upgrading the biorefining fleet for the bioeconomy

Goodbye to Dad’s old ethanol plant – Hello to the Bioeconomy and the new biorefinery, says BIO’s Brent Erickson, as 2012 gets underway.

Ethanol plants are nice, but let’s face it: they represent simple technology that is just the tip of what could be a huge economic engine – a biobased economy. At the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) we have been preaching the gospel of the biobased economy for over a decade. I am gratified to see attention is now being paid to the effort by the White House and others.

… Full text… biofuelsdigest.com/bdigest/2012/01/06/the-bio-based-economy-a-renewed-and-renewable-vision-for-2012/

Tags: National Bioeconomy Blueprint, energy security, climate change, sustainable economic growth, bioeconomy, renewable feedstock, waste, biorefinery, renewable chemicals, biobased materials, biobased polymers, energy security, greenhouse gas, infrastructure, cellulosic crops, energy crops, algae, create jobs, market access barriers, regulatory atmosphere

Source: BiofuelsDigest, 2012-01-06.


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