Sustainability Standards for internationally traded Biomass

The “iLUC Factor” as a Means to Hedge Risks of GHG Emissions from Indirect Land Use Change

This “bio-global” project covers methodical aspects concerning climate protection, biodiversity, water and land use, but also aspects related to bioenergy trade and legal issues (e.g., WTO, bilateral agreements). A key element in that research is to consider and elaborate on opportunities for sustainable biomass feedstock provision which have no negative or even positive environmental, biodiversity, climate, and social trade-offs.