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What can be done?
•  Reliability of fuel resources as renewable
•  Optimization of resources
•  Diversity to non fossil fu...
Opportunities from wood residues
•  Availability of resources
•  Reduction of residues and wastes
•  Reduction in emission...
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Wood based renewable energy from plantations and wood residues

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Presentation by Ma Hwan-ok, International Tropical Timber Organization at the Nature and Climate Change Pavilion at the Global Landscapes Forum 2015

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Wood based renewable energy from plantations and wood residues

  1. 1. What can be done? •  Reliability of fuel resources as renewable •  Optimization of resources •  Diversity to non fossil fuel •  Carbon trading increasing •  Cleaner technologies developing Woody biomass from plantations “Energy wood plantations” from short- rotation plantations of poplar, Populus spp., Willow, Salix spp., Eucalyptus spp, Bamboo, Jatropha, etc What are challenges? •  Competition for energy wood plantations expand into forests vs crops for food •  Some environmental issues vs low environmental impacts 1 Bioenergy Knowledge sharing session of 2015 GLF - 6 Dec 2015 by Ma Hwan-ok (ITTO) Wood-based renewable energy from plantaJons and wood residues (1)
  2. 2. Opportunities from wood residues •  Availability of resources •  Reduction of residues and wastes •  Reduction in emission •  High market potential Energy sources from wood residues •  Felling residues from forests •  Industrial wood residues incl. sawdust, cuttings •  Recycled wood/recycled paper and board Wood-based energy and green economy Wood-based resources for bio-energy are now considered as “asset” with sustainable potential for CO2 mitigation and as source of income to support sustainable forest management (SFM) . 2 Bioenergy Knowledge sharing session of 2015 GLF - 6 Dec 2015 by Ma Hwan-ok (ITTO) Wood-based renewable energy from plantaJons and wood residues (2)

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