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Ministers and high-level representatives of Argentina, Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, India, Indonesia, Italy, Morocco, Mozambique, Netherlands, Paraguay, Philippines, Sweden, United Kingdom, and Uruguay gathered together on November 16, 2017, in Bonn, Germany.
Governments, international agencies affirm need to massively increase bioenergy and bioproducts to fight climate change.
The Biofuture Platform interim facilitator has recently established collaboration with the ART Fuels Forum, a project financed by the European Commission.
Biofuture Mission Innovation: scaling up the bioeconomy is both unavoidable and can be done sustainably
Energy experts from key international agencies delivered a strong collective message during the June 8 Biofuture Mission Innovation event at the Beijing 8th Clean Energy
India has taken an unprecedented initiative in the field of bio fuels since last 5 years. Several policy interventions and removal of many hurdles in
With the expected exhibition area of 16,000 square meters and 780 booths, APBE 2017 will be the grandest in its history and it is considered ranking among the world’s top 3 biomass trade shows.
EUBCE gathers the global biomass community to present and discuss the latest developments and innovations in biomass, to network and to conduct business.
Finland is hosting this year’s Nordic Baltic Bioenergy Conference. The present government in Finland has a strong intention to develop the country towards a low-carbon
The first working level members meeting of the Biofuture Platform took place in Abu Dhabi, at the IRENA Headquarters, on the sidelines of the World Future Energy Summit (WFES), on January 19th.
Bill Gates has announced a $1 billion investment fund to back radical approaches to clean energy.
Government officials, company representatives and scientists from Brazil, the UK, Finland and other countries gathered in London on 2 December to discuss policies and technologies that need to be put in place to accelerate reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in the transport sector and build a sustainable future.
At an event held today at COP22, in Marrakech, a coalition of 20 countries interested in the clean energy and the bioeconomy fields announced the launch of the Biofuture Platform