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Regenerative bioeconomy in Mallorca, a new model

A complete new approach using drawdown technologies, biomass and native plants for high value-added products results the way to go in the Mediterranean.

Regenerative agriculture applied to bioenergy

Sustainability or positive impact? bioenergy and industrial crops must move into regenerative agriculture models. sd

Bioenergy Crops growing interest

There is a continuous and growing interest in new alternatives for biomass and bioenergy crops (as well as biofuels).

Regeneration through biomass and wildfire reduction models

Regeneration is a new word people use when moving from just “sustained models” to a positive impact in our environment.This post shows how active fire management tools used by an enhanced bioeconomy and new advanced technologies in bioenergy can pay the bill we need to preserve and increase our forest masses. 

A climate change solution under your feet

A regenerative biomass model can tackle climate change

Soil regeneration through biomass to fix damaged mine lands

Mining sector  may now have a possible way to monetize soil regeneration in degraded lands. While deforested areas can only  produce high yields under certain methods, our solutions sequester massive amounts of CO2, produce energy or bio-products creating income in social inclusive models.

Forests or deserts? fossil economy or bioeconomy? choose!

Forests, green covers, perennial grasses, biodiverse farms, natural vegetation, food crops, rotational management, carbon farming, regenerative agriculture, permaculture, carbon sequestration.  It’s all this or deserts. Its bioeconomy or fossil energy?.

Biomass power: Feedstock cost is the key

Biomass power costs recently published by IRENA showed how critical could be to obtain reductions in feedstock costs and footprint at power station gate. We suggest ways for success.

Agave: from ‘fuel or food’ to ‘fuel and more food

Researchers confirmed potential for new plantations in drylands under constraint environmental conditions.

Why bioenergy crops (already) met expectations?

A brand new study (Nov 27th, 2017) revealed that there is enough consensus for conclusive evidence that perennial bioenergy crops can mitigate climate change emissions with very high savings of CO2 when cultivated on marginal lands.