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Liquid Biofuels for Transport Links

  1. Factual links

    Some of the websites providing factual information on Liquid Biofuels for Transport :

    • 1.1 International organizations providing information on biofuels
    • 1.2 Policy-related websites on biofuels
    • 1.3 Other interesting links on biofuels and related issues
  2. Partner links
 

1. Factual links

1.1 International organizations providing information on biofuels
1.2 Policy-related websites on biofuels
1.3 Other interesting links on biofuels and related issues
  • The European Biomass Association represents the bioenergy industry at EU level. It describes various forms of bioenergy:
    www.aebiom.org 
  • The Global Bioenergy Partnership provides access to a bioenergy database containing records from organizations and institutions worldwide. It provides information on bioenergy and related topics including climate change, food security, trade, sustainability, etc.:
    www.globalbioenergy.org/bioenergyinfo/en/ 
  • The German Advisory Council on Global Change issued in 2008 the report “World in Transition - Future Bioenergy and Sustainable Land Use” with a summary for policy-makers:
    www.wbgu.de/wbgu_jg2008_kurz_engl.html 
  • European Biofuels Technology Platform was established to help reducing Europe’s fossil fuels dependency for transport and encourage the use of sustainable biofuels:
    www.biofuelstp.eu/overview.html 
  • The Energy Information Administration (EIA) of the U.S. Government provides statistical data on energy sources, including renewable and alternative fuels such as biomass and ethanol:
    www.eia.doe.gov 
  • The Common Fund for Commodities published in 2007 a document on “Biofuels: strategic choices for commodity dependent developing countries”, which provides commodity-dependent developing countries with a framework for strategic decision-making on entry into production and use of biofuels: www.globalbioenergy.org/bioenergyinfo/ 
 

2. Partner links


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