JOURNAL: Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews – Decarbonising the food and beverages industry



Gail Taylor
Caspar Donnison
Robert A Holland
Zoe M Harris
Felix Eigenbrod

Land-use change from food to energy: meta-analysis unravels effects of bioenergy on biodiversity and cultural ecosystem services.

Environmental Research Letters, Volume 16, Number 11. IOP Publishing – Nov 2021

Bioenergy has been identified as a key contributor to future energy scenarios consistent with the Paris Agreement targets, and is relied upon in scenarios both with and without bioenergy with carbon capture and storage, owing to the multiple ways in which bioenergy can substitute fossil fuels.