More sustainable: The Digest’s 2018 Multi-Slide ABLC Guide to intensification response & landscape design in bioenergy production

December 2, 2018 |

Many prominent bioenergy critiques are feedstock-focused — for example, iLUC (Searchinger et al. 2008), carbon debt. Marginal land strategies identify areas where energy crops likely have competitive advantage for productivity and/or conservation based on Biophysical characteristics (land capability classification) and past/current land use (pasture/rangeland, ‘abandoned’ land.

How can marginal land be best utilized? John Field of the Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory, Colorado State University gave this illuminating presentation at ABLC Global 2018 in San Francisco.

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