GCEAF BIOFUTURE STATEMENT – Governments and Industry affirm the future of bio-based fuels, chemical, and materials
The government and industry members of the Biofuture Platform Initiative and Campaign announce the release of their Biofuture Statement that affirms the essential role of bio-based fuels, chemicals, and materials.
The IEA’s Net Zero by 2050 report published last week has highlighted the critical role that sustainable bioenergy will play in the clean energy transition.
The IEA Bioenergy released a declaration about the use of woody biomass for energy, responding to recent questioning by media campaigns. The complete IEA Bioenergy declaration is reproduced below.
Newly launched Biofuture Campaign proposes replacing fossil carbon with bio-based fuel and materials
The Biofuture Platform, a Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) initiative, launched its Biofuture Campaign last week with a high-level virtual event during the 12th Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM12).
Unique conference brings together world-leading policies, innovation, science and market analysis across the bioeconomy
The IEA’s Renewables 2020 report published this week shows a promising outlook for renewable electricity, whilst the biofuel sector declines for the first time in two decades.
Experiences in implementing the Five Principles were discussed by government representatives from three continents, private sector, and the IEA.
In a high-level launch event, government representatives, the International Energy Agency and top industry leaders called for international collaboration and engagement with private sector to achieve global climate and energy transition goals.
CEM’s endorsement and leveraging of the Biofuture Platform’s work highlights the pivotal role of the low carbon bioeconomy to achieving a clean energy world.
The Biofuture Platform, a twenty-country, multi-stakeholder initiative, announced today the launch of a set of voluntary principles.