Both India and Europe still depend heavily on fossil fuels and both face the controversial challenging tradeoff between the food supply on the one side, and biomass production on the other. The present studies show that both regions share a similar idealistic view when it comes to sustainability - both striving towards a low-carbon economy with emphasis on '‘green’' energy. The government policy on bioenergy and bio-based products plays an important role in the development and transition towards a bio-based economy in both the regions. The significance of the cooperation will be influenced by policies affecting multiple sectors such as agriculture, resources, research, industry and trade. The study will help in identifying relevant policies and quantifying their specific impacts on market including its effects on bilateral sustainability relationship. © 2017, ETA-Florence Renewable Energies. All rights reserved.

Comparative analyses of current biobased economy policies and strategic india-EU partnership

Claps, D.;Sharma, N.
2017

Abstract

Both India and Europe still depend heavily on fossil fuels and both face the controversial challenging tradeoff between the food supply on the one side, and biomass production on the other. The present studies show that both regions share a similar idealistic view when it comes to sustainability - both striving towards a low-carbon economy with emphasis on '‘green’' energy. The government policy on bioenergy and bio-based products plays an important role in the development and transition towards a bio-based economy in both the regions. The significance of the cooperation will be influenced by policies affecting multiple sectors such as agriculture, resources, research, industry and trade. The study will help in identifying relevant policies and quantifying their specific impacts on market including its effects on bilateral sustainability relationship. © 2017, ETA-Florence Renewable Energies. All rights reserved.
Biobased economy;Biomass;Biowaste;Policies;International cooperation;Sustainability
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