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Impact of EU Bioenergy Policy on Developing Countries

Impact of EU Bioenergy Policy on Developing Countries

TimeLoc
25 January 2012
Brussels
Belgium

In order to meet its renewable energy targets by 2020, the EU is likely to increase its demand for biomass, not only for biofuel crops but also for woody biomass. A significant portion of this biomass will likely come from developing countries. In a briefing for the European Parliament Ecologic Institute analyzed some of the main impacts of the EU bioenergy policy on developing countries, focusing particularly on woody biomass. Stephanie Wunder, Senior Fellow and Coordinator Bioenergy and Agriculture at the Ecologic Institute presented the findings of the briefing in the Committee on Development of the European Parliament.

The presentation [pdf, 2.1 MB, English] is available for download.


Organizer
European Parliament, Committee on Development (EP DEVE)
European Parliament, Committee on Development (EP DEVE)
Date
25 January 2012
Location
Brussels, Belgium
Keywords
developing countries, development policy, Africa, European Parliament, Latin America, energy, bioenergy, biomass, biofuels, renewable energy, environmental impacts, resource efficiency, energy efficiency, Global