Policy briefs

Policy briefs are the conclusive outcome of the BIOTEAM project.

BIOTEAM policy briefs are short papers that focus on topics that are currently relevant in BIOTEAM countries related to bio-energy pathways. The briefs include an analysis of the current state of the analyzed market, the main issues that hamper the development of the bio-energy pathway, deduced from stakeholder consultation, and a list of policy recommendation addressed to policy makers.

Policy briefs for each BIOTEAM country are shown below and can be downloaded by clicking on the corresponding links.

 

Country POLICY BRIEFS

Finland

Germany

Italy

Lithuania

The Netherlands

Poland

 

 

 

About the initiative

The BIOTEAM project goals are to:

  • Assess the sustainability performance (or impact) of a number of (existing and planned) bio-energy pathways (six countries).
  • Check the relevance of alternative (non-energy) use pathways for the biomass-to-energy pathways, so as to verify if there is a low-high likelihood of conflicting alternative biomass uses.
  • Contribute to the advancement in the knowledge and understanding of public and private stakeholders about the unknown impacts of policy frameworks and market system dynamics on the allocation of and sustainable use of biomass resources.
  • Propose - in collaboration with public and private stakeholders – a series of actions that promote the sustainable use of scarce biomass resources that strike an optimum balance between economic, social and environmental interests and impacts.

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Who we are

BIOTEAM is carried out by a European consortium coordinated by the JI Network (JIN) in the Netherlands and composed by non-profit organizations, governmental research institutes and universities in the framework of the Intelligent Energy - Europe (IEE) Programme

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Contact us

For more information on BIOTEAM please contact:

 

JIN - JOINT IMPLEMENTATION NETWORK

Laan Corpus den Hoorn 300
9728 JT Groningen
The Netherlands

Wytze van der Gaast
phone: +31(0)50524 8430
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Eise Spijker
phone: +31(0)505248431
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Krisztina Szendrei
phone: +31(0)505248431
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FA - FONDAZIONE PER L'AMBIENTE "T. FENOGLIO"

Via Maria Vittoria 38
10123, Torino (TO)
Italy

Daniele Russolillo
phone: +39 347 773 1827 
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Alice Montalto
phone: +31 340 643 7362
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JIN - JOINT IMPLEMENTATION NETWORK
Laan Corpus den Hoorn 300, 9728 JT Groningen, Netherlands

Wytze van der Gaast@: wytze@jin.ngo 
Eise Spijker@: eise@jin.ngo 
Krisztina Szendrei@: krisztina@jin.ngo

 



FA - FONDAZIONE PER L'AMBIENTE "T. FENOGLIO" 
Via Maria Vittoria 38, 10123, Torino (TO), Italy

Daniele Russolillo@: daniele.russolillo@fondazioneambiente.org
Alice Montalto@: alice.montalto@fondazioneambiente.org



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