Building critical mass of tree growers for bioenergy: The case of Central West New South Wales, Australia
The progression of the bioenergy industry needs to address concerns regarding the security of feedstock supply and the related environmental sustainability. Traditional first-generation biofuel feedstocks (e.g. maize, soybeans) are being questioned in favour of more environmentally-sound second-generation biofuel feedstocks (e.g. trees, perennial grasses). However, as an emerging industry, the commercial use of second-generation biofuel feedstock sources has...[Show more]
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