Bio economy and Agri production

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  • Author : Dionysis Bochtis
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 382 pages
  • ISBN : 0128211431
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Bio economy and Agri production

Bio economy and Agri production
  • Author : Dionysis Bochtis,Charisios Achillas,Georgios Banias,Maria Lampridi
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 13 November 2020
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Bio-economy and Agri-Production: Concepts and Evidence bridges the knowledge gap on sustainability and bio-economy aspects of agri-production over the last decade. It complements traditional aspects on the specific topic with advanced engineering and ICT approaches that have been recently applied in agri-business (e.g. knowledge-based agriculture) under the prism of sustainability and circular economy principles. Topics cover the circular economy in agri-business, lifecycle thinking, lean management, agri-chains, green production and waste management, and more. The book approaches aspects of sustainable

Towards a Sustainable Bioeconomy Principles Challenges and Perspectives

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  • Author : Walter Leal Filho,Diana Mihaela Pociovălișteanu,Paulo Roberto Borges de Brito,Ismar Borges de Lima
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 19 January 2018
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This book gathers contributions from scientists and industry representatives on achieving a sustainable bioeconomy. It also covers the social sciences, economics, business, education and the environmental sciences. There is an urgent need to optimise and maximise the use of biological resources, so that primary production and processing systems can generate more food, fibre and other bio-based products with less environmental impacts and lower greenhouse gas emissions. In other words, we need a “sustainable bioeconomy” – a term that encompasses the sustainable

Knowledge Driven Developments in the Bioeconomy

Knowledge Driven Developments in the Bioeconomy
  • Author : Stephan Dabbert,Iris Lewandowski,Jochen Weiss,Andreas Pyka
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 20 September 2017
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This book is at the cutting edge of the ongoing research in bioeconomy and encompasses both technological and economic strategies to master the transformation towards a knowledge- and bio-based production system. The volume combines different international perspectives with approaches of the various fields of research. Bioeconomy is one of the future concepts of an economy which, while based on renewable biological resources, also predicts economic growth. Starting from a growth-economic as well as knowledge- and innovation-economic perspective the contributions give

The Bioeconomy Approach

The Bioeconomy Approach
  • Author : Udaya Sekhar Nagothu
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 26 March 2020
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This book examines the bioeconomy concept, analysing the opportunities it can generate, the constraints and the potential benefits for society. The main objective of bioeconomy is to promote economic development, by creating jobs and enhancing the sustainable utilization of bio-resources. A primary driver of bioeconomy strategy, therefore, is the need to respond to the growing population's food and economic requirements. While today research and literature related to bioeconomy are limited, this book presents a unique collection of perspectives on the

Biomass Biofuels Biochemicals

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  • Author : Ashok Pandey,R. D. Tyagi,Sunita Varjani
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 02 March 2021
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Biomass, Biofuels, Biochemical: Circular Bioeconomy: Current Developments and Future Outlook presents the views of experienced academicians and researchers working in the area of the circular bioeconomy. This book presents an assortment of Resource recovery, Waste Biorefineries, Bio-electrochemical systems, Biopolymers and Green solvents, Bio-adsorbents, and Technology transfer topics. Environmental engineers, biotechnologists, science graduates, chemical engineers, industrial experts and policymakers working in these areas will find the information on the circular economy and its important part in developing low carbon and resource-productive

Bio Economic Models applied to Agricultural Systems

Bio Economic Models applied to Agricultural Systems
  • Author : Guillermo Flichman
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 15 September 2011
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This book has the purpose of providing the "state of the arts" concerning bio-economic modelling dealing with agricultural systems. In most cases, the contributions use a methodology combining the use of biophysical and economic models, in all cases, an engineering production function approach is totally or partially applied. This practice is being developed in the last years as a response to concrete policy matters: agricultural policies are increasingly combined with environmental and natural resources policies, and this reality involves the

Operations Management in Agriculture

Operations Management in Agriculture
  • Author : Dionysis Bochtis,Claus Aage Gron Sorensen,Dimitrios Kateris
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 20 November 2018
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Operations Management in Agriculture bridges the knowledge gap on operations management for agricultural machinery. It complements traditional topics (cost of using and choosing machinery) with advanced engineering approaches recently applied in agricultural machinery management (area coverage planning and sequential scheduling). The book covers new technologies in bio-production systems (robotics, IoT) and environmental compliance by employing a systems engineering perspective with focuses on sub-systems, including advanced optimization, supply chain systems, sustainability, autonomous vehicles and IT-driven decision-making. It will be a valuable

The Bioeconomy

The Bioeconomy
  • Author : Davide Viaggi
  • Publisher : CABI
  • Release : 30 November 2018
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The 'bioeconomy' is the idea of an economy based on the sustainable exploitation of biological resources. Within this concept, there is increasing emphasis on issues such as climate change, depletion of natural resources and growing world food needs. The bioeconomy builds on the recognition of advances in technology, particularly in the life sciences, but at the same time covers issues such as innovation management, ecosystem services, development and governance. This book explores the development of the bioeconomy across the world

EU Bioeconomy Economics and Policies

EU Bioeconomy Economics and Policies
  • Author : Liesbeth Dries,Wim Heijman,Roel Jongeneel,Kai Purnhagen,Justus Wesseler
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release : 27 November 2019
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This two-volume book provides an important overview to EU economic and policy issues related to the development of the bioeconomy. What have been the recent trends and what are the implications for future economic development and policy making? Where does EU bioeconomy policy sit within an international context and what are the financial frameworks behind them? Volume I explores the economic theory of bioeconomy policy, as well as European integration, European agriculture, EU budget and future developments in EU agriculture

Biorenewable Resources

Biorenewable Resources
  • Author : Robert C. Brown,Tristan R. Brown
  • Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
  • Release : 17 March 2014
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Discusses engineering thermodynamics and organic chemistry as they relate to biorenewable resources and explores industry economics, politics, and environmental impacts, in a new edition that outlines advances made over the last decade.

Bio economics of Sustainable Land Management in Uganda

Bio economics of Sustainable Land Management in Uganda
  • Author : Johannes Woelcke
  • Publisher : Peter Lang Pub Incorporated
  • Release : 15 May 2021
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Uganda suffers from a high degree of soil nutrient depletion and its agricultural productivity is either stagnant or declining. This case study identifies factors affecting the adoption or rejection of more sustainable agricultural technologies by Ugandan farmers and proposes some changes to land management policies. Woelcke works at the Agriculture and Rural Development Department of the World Bank. The volume does not contain an index. Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com).

Green Economy Implementation in the Agriculture Sector

Green Economy Implementation in the Agriculture Sector
  • Author : Constansia Musvoto,Karen Nortje,Anton Nahman,William Stafford
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 01 January 2019
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This book, focusing on the agriculture sector, provides useful analysis of the green economy implementation context and a practical framework for implementing vegetable crop production green economy projects. The book addresses a distinct gap, as there are currently no guidelines available for planning and implementing green economy projects in the agriculture sector. The book combines information from desktop reviews and field research on vegetable production in a green economy context in South Africa in order to bridge the gap between

Economic Policy and Sustainable Land Use

Economic Policy and Sustainable Land Use
  • Author : Nico Heerink,Herman van Keulen,Marijke Kuiper
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 15 May 2021
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This book provides an overview of quantitative approaches to analyse the effects of economic policy reforms on sustainable land use in less developed countries (LDCs). Its purpose is to assess recent advances in modelling approaches, to identify key issues in quantifying the relationships, and to formulate recommendations on future research directions that may add to further improve our understanding of the potential effects of economic policy instruments on soil quality changes in LDCs. Special attention is paid to modelling the