socioeconomic prospects of a seaweed bioeconomy in

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Research has shown that Sweden has good prospects for utilising residual biomass from forest and agricultural land and subsequently produce biofuels for the transportation sector and that there is a large theoretical potential for sustainably produced lignocellulose-based liquid fuels

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Blue Bioeconomy Forum 07th December in Amsterdam Posted on 04/12/2018 This forum is organized for industries public agencies financial organizations researchers and civil society working on or interested in the Blue Bioeconomy of the EU – aquatic and marine environments

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Socioeconomic prospects of a seaweed bioeconomy in Sweden Hasselstrm L et al : Socioeconomic prospects of a seaweed bioeconomy in Sweden Scientific Reports 31 01 2020 DOI: 10 1038/s41598-020-58389-6 Link The Blue Economy and the United Nations' sustainable development goals: Challenges and opportunities Lee KH Et al :

Curriculum Vitae Ingrid Agathe Bay

2019-2-11bioeconomy renewable marine transport and smart city including rurban developments She holds a genuine interest in inter-disciplinary perspectives and bringing science into the wider society Formal training 2008-12 PhD "Bureaucratic boundaries –on the intersection between science environmental administration

Curriculum Vitae Ingrid Agathe Bay

2019-2-11bioeconomy renewable marine transport and smart city including rurban developments She holds a genuine interest in inter-disciplinary perspectives and bringing science into the wider society Formal training 2008-12 PhD "Bureaucratic boundaries –on the intersection between science environmental administration

Special Report on the Ocean and Cryosphere in a

This special report assesses new knowledge since the IPCC 5th Assessment Report (AR5) and the Special Report on Global Warming of 1 5C (SR15) on how the ocean and cryosphere have and are expected to change with ongoing global warming the risks and opportunities these changes bring to ecosystems and people and mitigation adaptation and governance options for reducing future risks

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Blue Bioeconomy Forum 07th December in Amsterdam Posted on 04/12/2018 This forum is organized for industries public agencies financial organizations researchers and civil society working on or interested in the Blue Bioeconomy of the EU – aquatic and marine environments

EUR

III Preparatory acts EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE 539th EESC plenary session 12 12 2018-13 12 2018 2019/C 110/07 Opinion of the European Economic and Social Committee on Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament the Council the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions — A European retail sector fit for the 21st

Biodiversity and Development Research Agenda

2018-11-8coast of Australia in 2011 resulted in reduced seaweed which provides habitat for many marine species changes were also observed in the composition of fish communities in the area (Wernberg et al 2013) Adaptation: Actions to adapt to climate change by human communities can have adverse effects on biodiversity

SGA for Circular Resource Flows

Macroalgae in a circular bioeconomy: Environmental and economic sustainability assessment of seaweed as instrument for CO2 biosequestration water quality restoration and biobased production Activity: Talk or presentation types › Lecture and oral contribution

Publications

Research has shown that Sweden has good prospects for utilising residual biomass from forest and agricultural land and subsequently produce biofuels for the transportation sector and that there is a large theoretical potential for sustainably produced lignocellulose-based liquid fuels

SEAFARM

3 februari 2020: New publication in Nature Scientific Reports: Seafarm colleagues Linus Hasselstrm JB Thomas Jonas Nordstrm Gunnar Cervin Gran M Nylund Henrik Pavia and Fredrik Grndahl have had a new article published in Nature Scientific Reports on the Socioeconomic prospects of a seaweed bioeconomy in Sweden

News

2020-6-19Scientific paper - Socioeconomic prospects of a seaweed bioeconomy in Sweden Seaweed cultivation is a large industry worldwide but production in Europe is small compared to production in Asian countries Continue reading Denmark – legislation covering seaweed manufacturing

The Future of Nature and Business Policy Companion

2020-7-14bioeconomy solutions based on engineering wood or bamboo could substantially reduce both the amount of materials used and the carbon footprint of our cities while creating durable carbon pools 55 Using wood in construction has a climate mitigation effect of 2 4–2 9kg CO 2 per kg of product used when compared to concrete

Socioeconomic prospects of a seaweed bioeconomy

Seaweed cultivation is a large industry worldwide but production in Europe is small compared to production in Asian countries In the EU the motivations for seaweed farming may be seen from two perspectives one being economic growth through biomass production and the other being the provisioning of ecosystem services such as mitigating eutrophication

Publications

Research has shown that Sweden has good prospects for utilising residual biomass from forest and agricultural land and subsequently produce biofuels for the transportation sector and that there is a large theoretical potential for sustainably produced lignocellulose-based liquid fuels

Nutrient removal from Chinese coastal waters by large

China is facing intense coastal eutrophication Large-scale seaweed aquaculture in China is popular now accounting for over 2/3's of global production Here we estimate the nutrient removal capability of large-scale Chinese seaweed farms to determine its significance in mitigating eutrophication We combined estimates of yield and nutrient concentration of Chinese seaweed aquaculture to

Sustainability

Natural resource-based innovations (NRBIs) especially through the valorization of waste and side streams have recently become a significant element of the bioeconomy agenda in several countries across the world Accordingly a variety of institutions including universities have been expected to contribute to such innovations While there have been serious efforts within universities to

European Commission

2020-3-2Salmon aquaculture could incorporate seaweed and sea urchins to reduce nitrogen enrichment Farming fish together with seaweed and other species could help improve the sustainability of aquaculture and reduce pollution A new study provides a tool for designing sustainable fish farming systems and calculates their potential to recycle waste

SEAFARM

3 februari 2020: New publication in Nature Scientific Reports: Seafarm colleagues Linus Hasselstrm JB Thomas Jonas Nordstrm Gunnar Cervin Gran M Nylund Henrik Pavia and Fredrik Grndahl have had a new article published in Nature Scientific Reports on the Socioeconomic prospects of a seaweed bioeconomy in Sweden

Scientific paper

2020-7-8Scientific paper - Socioeconomic prospects of a seaweed bioeconomy in Sweden Seaweed cultivation is a large industry worldwide but production in Europe is small compared to production in Asian countries Despite the large N and P uptake the socioeconomic value of this sequestration is only a minor share of the potential financial value

EconPapers: Sustainability

2020-7-15Volume 10 issue 12 2018 Food Swamps and Poor Dietary Diversity: Longwave Development Implications in Southern African Cities pp 1-12 Bruce Frayne and Cameron McCordic The Impact of Soil and Water Conservation on Agricultural Economic Growth and Rural Poverty Reduction in China pp 1-12 A S Abdul-Rahim Chenglong Sun and A W Noraida An Empirical Study on the

Socioeconomic prospects of a seaweed bioeconomy

2020-1-31Socioeconomic prospects of a seaweed bioeconomy in Sweden Hasselstrm Linus Thomas Jean-Baptiste Nordstrm Jonas LU Cervin Gunnar Nylund Gran M Pavia Henrik and Grndahl Fredrik () In Scientific Reports 10 Mark Abstract Seaweed cultivation is a large industry worldwide but production in Europe is small compared to production in Asian countries

Biomass as Renewable Raw Material to Obtain

Biomass as Renewable Raw Material to Obtain Bioproducts of High-tech Value examines the use of biomass as a raw material including terrestrial and aquatic sources to obtain extracts (e g polyphenols) biofuels and/or intermediates (furfural levulinates) through chemical and biochemical processes The book also covers the production of natural polymers using biomass and the biosynthetic

Dan Hayes

Dan at the team at Celignis have worked determinedly and with passion on developing the company from a university-based research project spin-out to a globally-recognised centre of excellence in biomass analysis and bioprocessing expertise We have a diverse rapidly-expanding global array of clients that value our knowledge on composition and its relevance in designing and optimising biomass

Socioeconomic prospects o

2020-7-16Socioeconomic prospects of a seaweed bioeconomy in Sweden Artikel i vetenskaplig tidskrift Direkt till fulltext p webbsida Seaweed cultivation is a large industry worldwide but production in Europe is small compared to production in Asian countries the socioeconomic value of this sequestration is only a minor share of the

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Blue Bioeconomy Forum 07th December in Amsterdam Posted on 04/12/2018 This forum is organized for industries public agencies financial organizations researchers and civil society working on or interested in the Blue Bioeconomy of the EU – aquatic and marine environments

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III Preparatory acts EUROPEAN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE 539th EESC plenary session 12 12 2018-13 12 2018 2019/C 110/07 Opinion of the European Economic and Social Committee on Communication from the Commission to the European Parliament the Council the European Economic and Social Committee and the Committee of the Regions — A European retail sector fit for the 21st