Part-financed by The European Union
European Regional Development Fund and European Neighbourhood and Partnership Instrument
John Deere just launched educational woody biomass website. Not so much information yet, but some interesting videos about strengthening local communities, technologies and expert evaluations.
Is a 3 year EU Project which aims to develop strategies for an increased use of renewable resources and to support sustainable development in rural areas. Mayor items: - development and improvement of material flow management - the management of land use demands - promotion and management of regional value chains and partnerships (www.rubires.de)
Fostering the sustainable usage of renewable energy sources in central europe - putting biomass into action.
Developing the Baltic Sea Region into the world´s first EcoRegion, where economical growth goes hand in hand with environmental integrity and social justice.
The Mission of the European Biofuels Technology Platform is to contribute to the development of cost-competitive world-class biofuels technologies and a healthy biofuels industry supplying sustainable biofuels in the European Union, through a process of guidance, prioritisation and promotion of research, development and demonstration.
IEA Bioenergy is an organisation set up in 1978 by the International Energy Agency (IEA) with the aim of improving cooperation and information exchange between countries that have national programmes in bioenergy research, development and deployment.
The World Bioenergy Association (WBA) was formed in 2008 in an effort to provide the wide range of actors in the bioenergy sector a global organisation to support them in their endeavours.
eBIO is the voice of the European bioethanol fuel industry, providing advocacy, authoritative analysis and important industry data to its members, the European Institutions, strategic partners, the media and other opinion leaders.
The European Biomass Association is a non profit Brussels based international organisation whose mission is to represent bioenergy at EU level.
This website is part of the wider Biofuel Cities European Partnership, a forum for all stakeholders in the area of biofuel and energy-efficient vehicles. The Biofuel Cities European Partnership is a platform for the introduction of biofuels across Europe that takes into account the complete chain from feedstock to biofuels production, distribution and utilisation in vehicle fleets. It is supported by the European Commission-funded Biofuel Cities project.
Website about biofuels for transportation and is a collaboration between the three largest cities in Sweden - Stockholm, Göteborg and Malmö. The website is supported by EU.
The biggest bioenergy journal in the Nordic countries
Bioenergiportalen (Bioenergy Portal) is going to be a central meeting place for bioenergy activities connected to farming. It is constructed as a site on Internet during 2006, and opened in October 2006. Bioenergiportalen presents scientific facts about i.e. processing and use of bioenergy, provides newsletters, information about current activities and links to sites and activities. Farmers and bioenergy actors are given the opportunity to share experiences.
Baltic 21´s committment to sustainable development is about ensuring prosperous economies, healthy societies and dynamic ecosystems in a balanced and integrated manner. Challenges to achieving sustainability are present in the Baltic Sea Region, as they are throughout the world today. To overcome such challenges, all levels of society must share responsibility and participate in finding joint solutions. Baltic 21´s network has unique experience in fostering cooperation that works and invites you to begin a dialgue with us on how we can act together to create a sustainable Baltic Sea Region
The European Union's Baltic Sea Region Programme 2007-2013 promotes regional development through transnational cooperation. Eleven countries around the Baltic Sea work together to find joint solutions to common problems.