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Title: Multifunctional perennial production systems for bioenergy: performance and progress

Abstract

As the global population increases and becomes more affluent, biomass demands for food and biomaterials will increase. Demand growth is further accelerated by the implementation of climate policies and strategies to replace fossil resources with biomass. There are, however, concerns about the size of the prospective biomass demand and the environmental and social consequences of the corresponding resource mobilization, especially concerning impacts from the associated land-use change. Strategically integrating perennials into landscapes dominated by intensive agriculture can, for example, improve biodiversity, reduce soil erosion and nutrient emissions to water, increase soil carbon, enhance pollination, and avoid or mitigate flooding events. Such “multifunctional perennial production systems” can thus contribute to improving overall land-use sustainability, while maintaining or increasing overall biomass productivity in the landscape. Seven different cases in different world regions are here reviewed to exemplify and evaluate (a) multifunctional production systems that have been established to meet emerging bioenergy demands, and (b) efforts to identify locations where the establishment of perennial crops will be particularly beneficial. An important barrier towards wider implementation of multifunctional systems is the lack of markets, or policies, compensating producers for enhanced ecosystem services and other environmental benefits. This deficiency is particularly important since prices formore » fossil-based fuels are low relative to bioenergy production costs. Without such compensation, multifunctional perennial production systems will be unlikely to contribute to the development of a sustainable bioeconomy.« less

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  1. Englund GeoLab AB Östersund Sweden, Department of Ecotechnology and Sustainable Building EngineeringMid Sweden University Östersund Sweden, Division of Physical Resource Theory, Department of Space, Earth and EnvironmentChalmers University of Technology Göteborg Sweden
  2. Department of Crop Production EcologySwedish University of Agricultural Sciences Uppsala Sweden
  3. Department of Ecology and Evolutionary BiologyUniversity of Tennessee Knoxville Tennessee USA
  4. Environmental Sciences DivisionOak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge Tennessee USA
  5. School of Forest SciencesUniversity of Eastern Finland Joensuu Finland
  6. School of Biosystems &, Food EngineeringUniversity College Dublin Dublin Ireland
  7. Department of Agricultural &, Resource EconomicsThe University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture Knoxville Tennessee USA
  8. McGrath Forestry Services Perth Western Australia Australia
  9. Bureau for Applied Landscape Ecology and Scenario Analysis Goettingen Germany
  10. Argonne National Laboratory Argonne Illinois USA
  11. The Forest Industries Research Centre (FIRC)University of the Sunshine Coast Sunshine Coast Queensland Australia
  12. Kevin Goss Consulting Gooseberry Hill Western Australia Australia
  13. Genera Energy Inc. Vonore Tennessee USA
Publication Date:
Research Org.:
Oak Ridge National Lab. (ORNL), Oak Ridge, TN (United States); Argonne National Lab. (ANL), Argonne, IL (United States)
Sponsoring Org.:
International Energy Agency; USDOE Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE), Transportation Office. Bioenergy Technologies Office
OSTI Identifier:
1618136
Alternate Identifier(s):
OSTI ID: 1618138; OSTI ID: 1631234; OSTI ID: 1660955
Grant/Contract Number:  
AC02‐06CH11357; AC05‐00OR22725; AC02-06CH11357
Resource Type:
Published Article
Journal Name:
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Energy and Environment
Additional Journal Information:
Journal Name: Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Energy and Environment; Journal ID: ISSN 2041-8396
Publisher:
Wiley
Country of Publication:
United States
Language:
English
Subject:
32 ENERGY CONSERVATION, CONSUMPTION, AND UTILIZATION; bioenergy; biomass; land use; multifunctional production systems; perennial crops

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Englund, Oskar, Dimitriou, Ioannis, Dale, Virginia H., Kline, Keith L., Mola‐Yudego, Blas, Murphy, Fionnuala, English, Burton, McGrath, John, Busch, Gerald, Negri, Maria Cristina, Brown, Mark, Goss, Kevin, Jackson, Sam, Parish, Esther S., Cacho, Jules, Zumpf, Colleen, Quinn, John, and Mishra, Shruti K. Multifunctional perennial production systems for bioenergy: performance and progress. United States: N. p., 2020. Web. doi:10.1002/wene.375.
Englund, Oskar, Dimitriou, Ioannis, Dale, Virginia H., Kline, Keith L., Mola‐Yudego, Blas, Murphy, Fionnuala, English, Burton, McGrath, John, Busch, Gerald, Negri, Maria Cristina, Brown, Mark, Goss, Kevin, Jackson, Sam, Parish, Esther S., Cacho, Jules, Zumpf, Colleen, Quinn, John, & Mishra, Shruti K. Multifunctional perennial production systems for bioenergy: performance and progress. United States. doi:https://doi.org/10.1002/wene.375
Englund, Oskar, Dimitriou, Ioannis, Dale, Virginia H., Kline, Keith L., Mola‐Yudego, Blas, Murphy, Fionnuala, English, Burton, McGrath, John, Busch, Gerald, Negri, Maria Cristina, Brown, Mark, Goss, Kevin, Jackson, Sam, Parish, Esther S., Cacho, Jules, Zumpf, Colleen, Quinn, John, and Mishra, Shruti K. Mon . "Multifunctional perennial production systems for bioenergy: performance and progress". United States. doi:https://doi.org/10.1002/wene.375.
@article{osti_1618136,
title = {Multifunctional perennial production systems for bioenergy: performance and progress},
author = {Englund, Oskar and Dimitriou, Ioannis and Dale, Virginia H. and Kline, Keith L. and Mola‐Yudego, Blas and Murphy, Fionnuala and English, Burton and McGrath, John and Busch, Gerald and Negri, Maria Cristina and Brown, Mark and Goss, Kevin and Jackson, Sam and Parish, Esther S. and Cacho, Jules and Zumpf, Colleen and Quinn, John and Mishra, Shruti K.},
abstractNote = {As the global population increases and becomes more affluent, biomass demands for food and biomaterials will increase. Demand growth is further accelerated by the implementation of climate policies and strategies to replace fossil resources with biomass. There are, however, concerns about the size of the prospective biomass demand and the environmental and social consequences of the corresponding resource mobilization, especially concerning impacts from the associated land-use change. Strategically integrating perennials into landscapes dominated by intensive agriculture can, for example, improve biodiversity, reduce soil erosion and nutrient emissions to water, increase soil carbon, enhance pollination, and avoid or mitigate flooding events. Such “multifunctional perennial production systems” can thus contribute to improving overall land-use sustainability, while maintaining or increasing overall biomass productivity in the landscape. Seven different cases in different world regions are here reviewed to exemplify and evaluate (a) multifunctional production systems that have been established to meet emerging bioenergy demands, and (b) efforts to identify locations where the establishment of perennial crops will be particularly beneficial. An important barrier towards wider implementation of multifunctional systems is the lack of markets, or policies, compensating producers for enhanced ecosystem services and other environmental benefits. This deficiency is particularly important since prices for fossil-based fuels are low relative to bioenergy production costs. Without such compensation, multifunctional perennial production systems will be unlikely to contribute to the development of a sustainable bioeconomy.},
doi = {10.1002/wene.375},
journal = {Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews. Energy and Environment},
number = ,
volume = ,
place = {United States},
year = {2020},
month = {5}
}

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