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Fit for 55? Europe needs science- and practice-based Sustainability Criteria

If the EU really wants to deliver on its Green Deal ambitions for climate and biodiversity, the new sustainability criteria in the Fit for 55 package need to be science- and practice-based, enabling a complementary and not competing range of renewables, including bioenergy.
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Bioenergy: the necessary force to decarbonise buildings

The Renovation Wave sets high expectations. Considering buildings’ energy consumption, this initiative provides the perfect framework to address the upscaling of renewables in buildings, with a specific focus on heating and cooling. Bioenergy represents the main source of renewable heat and must be scaled up in order to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.
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The role of sustainable bioenergy in delivering the European Green Deal

Sustainable bioenergy is a key player in the current and future energy mix. Along with other renewable energy sources, it is part of the puzzle in the transition to a low-carbon, more resource-efficient and sustainable economy in Europe.
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The first EU wide sustainability criteria for forest biomass must reach the market

In June 2018, the European Commission, Parliament and Council reached a deal cementing Europe’s position as a world leader in the fight against climate change for the next decade, write Jean-Marc Jossart and Seth Ginther.