Workshops

Incorporating Bioenergy into Sustainable Landscape Designs Workshop
March 4-6, 2014

Individual Presentations

  • Land Owner Perspective: Biomass for Energypdf
  • Overview of Feedstock Supply & Logistics and Sustainability Programspdf
  • Workshop Series on Landscape Design for Sustainable Bioenergypdf
  • Biodiversity responses to biofuel feedstock productionpdf
  • The Southern Forest Landscapepdf
  • Incorporating Bioenergy into Sustainable Landscape Designspdf
  • Advanced Hardwood Biofuels Northwestpdf
  • SFI Standardspdf
  • Projected effects of biofuel production on landscapes in North Carolinapdf
  • Environmental and governance challenges for mobilization of sustainable forest bioenergy supply chainspdf
  • Incorporating Bioenergy into Sustainable Landscape Designspdf
  • Key Challenges in the Southeaster USpdf
  • Large Private Forest Landownerpdf
  • Agroforestry systems for bioenergy in the southeatersn USApdf
  • Residual removal and biodiversitypdf
  • Eastern North Carolina Land Use History 101pdf
  • Effects of Feedstock Variations in Thermochemical Conversionpdf
  • Biomass Standardspdf
  • Woody Biomass Production in Lowlandspdf
  • Forest Guild - Why Biomass Guidelinespdf
  • Greenhouse gas emission calculations for forest operations involving residuespdf
  • The RSB Standard & Certification Systempdf
  • Forest Biomass for Bioenergy: European Perspectivespdf
  • Exploring Landscape Design for Biomass Production in the Northeast U.Spdf


 

 

 

 

 

 

News

Analysis of Forest Service data shows that benefits accrue when sustainable forest management provides wood pellets for energy that keep fossil fuel in the ground.View Here


International report presents status and prospects for renewable energy using wood pellets from the southeastern United States. View here.


In March, Virginia Dale, Erin Webb and Magen Shedden participated in a conference titled “The Great Experiment” at the University of Tennessee that focused on learning from producing switchgrass for bioenergy in east Tennessee. The videos from the conference are posted View here.


Virginia Dale discusses bioenergy sustainability:


The 2016 Billion-Ton Report (BT16), Volume 2: Environmental Sustainability Effects of Select Scenarios from Volume 1, jointly released by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO) and Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL), is a pioneering effort to analyze a range of potential environmental effects associated with illustrative near-term and long-term biomass-production scenarios from the 2016 Billion-Ton Report, Volume 1.



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