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Don’t miss Biofpr's latest Special Issue:

An Atlantic bridge for comparing EU and US views on the prospects of second-generation biofuels
Guest Editors

Andrea Monti, University of Bologna, Italy
Marisol Berti, North Dakota State University, USA

Don't miss this special issue of Biofpr considering the respective short-term mandates on renewable energies in the EU-27 and the USA and the most relevant activities for the development, demonstration, and commercialization of advanced biofuels in these regions.

Each article is co-authored by US and EU authors working in tandem to focus on different solutions for the large-scale implementation of energy crops and biofuels.

Click here to read this special issue [Volume 7 Issue 6]


Previous Special Issue

Biomass futures: Estimating the role of sustainable biomass for meeting the 2020 targets and beyond

Volume 7 Issue 2


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Early View

Wiley Online Library Early View articles for Biofpr will appear below as soon as they are published.

Are we really short of protein for food?
Johan Sanders
Published online: Sep 14, 2011

Technology news

Published online: Sep 14, 2011

Biofuels for transport in 2050
Anna Jagger
Published online: Sep 14, 2011

Business highlights

Published online: Sep 14, 2011

The bioenergy and water nexus
Shabbir H. Gheewala, Göran Berndes, Graham Jewitt
Published online: Jul 14, 2011

The bioenergy and water nexus
Martina Otto, Göran Berndes, Uwe Fritsche
Published online: Jul 14, 2011

Water quality assessment of bioenergy production
Rocio Diaz‐Chavez, Göran Berndes, Daniel Neary, André Elia Neto, Mamadou Fall
Published online: Jul 14, 2011

The impact of biofuel feedstock production on water resources: a developing country perspective
Graham Jewitt, Richard Kunz
Published online: Jul 14, 2011

Technology news

Published online: Jul 14, 2011

Integration of energy and water consumption factors for biomass conversion pathways
Shikhar Singh, Amit Kumar, Babkir Ali
Published online: Jul 14, 2011

Evaluation of water use for bioenergy at different scales
Sonia Yeh, Göran Berndes, Gouri S. Mishra, Suhas P. Wani, André Elia Neto, Sangwon Suh, Louise Karlberg, Jens Heinke, Kaushal K. Garg
Published online: Jul 14, 2011

How bioenergy related water impacts are considered by certification schemes
Horst Fehrenbach
Published online: Jul 14, 2011

Business highlights

Published online: Jul 14, 2011

Biofuels and water: another opportunity to ‘do biofuels right’
Bruce E. Dale
Published online: Jul 14, 2011

Impact assessment at the bioenergy‐water nexus
Kevin R. Fingerman, Göran Berndes, Stuart Orr, Brian D. Richter, Pim Vugteveen
Published online: Jul 14, 2011

Policies and instruments affecting water use for bioenergy production
Marcia M.G.A. Moraes, Claudia Ringler, Ximing Cai
Published online: Jul 14, 2011

Jatropha production on wastelands in India: opportunities and trade‐offs for soil and water management at the watershed scale
Kaushal K. Garg, Louise Karlberg, Suhas P. Wani, Göran Berndes
Published online: Jul 14, 2011

Some implications of biofuel development for engineering infrastructures in the United States
Tze Ling Ng, Ximing Cai, Yanfeng Ouyang
Published online: Jun 29, 2011

Techno‐economic analysis of a lignocellulosic ethanol biorefinery with ionic liquid pre‐treatment
Daniel Klein‐Marcuschamer, Blake A. Simmons, Harvey W. Blanch
Published online: Jun 16, 2011

Analysis of the global production location dynamics in the industrial wood pellet market: an MCDA approach
T. Pieter Smith, H. Martin Junginger
Published online: Jun 10, 2011

From biofuel to bioproduct: is bioethanol a suitable fermentation feedstock for synthesis of bulk chemicals?
Ruud A. Weusthuis, Jac M.M.J.G. Aarts, Johan P.M. Sanders
Published online: Jun 10, 2011

The resource footprint of biobased products: a key issue in the sustainable development of biorefineries
Steven De Meester, Chris Callewaert, Erwin De Mol, Herman Van Langenhove, Jo Dewulf
Published online: Jun 10, 2011

Chemicals from lignocellulosic biomass: opportunities, perspectives, and potential of biorefinery systems
Francesco Cherubini, Anders H. Strømman
Published online: May 23, 2011

Life cycle assessment of Brazilian sugarcane products: GHG emissions and energy use
Joaquim E. A. Seabra, Isaias C. Macedo, Helena L. Chum, Carlos E. Faroni, Celso A. Sarto
Published online: May 23, 2011

Determining the impact of climate and soil variability on switchgrass ( Panicum virgatum L.) production in the south‐eastern USA; a simulation study
Tomas Persson, Brenda V. Ortiz, David I. Bransby, Wei Wu, Gerrit Hoogenboom
Published online: May 20, 2011

Technology news

Published online: May 12, 2011

Four economies of sustainable automotive transportation
Joshua D. Gifford, Robert C. Brown
Published online: May 12, 2011

Bioenergy policies in Africa: mainstreaming gender amid an increasing focus on biofuels
Thomas Molony
Published online: May 12, 2011

Renewable energy targets, forest resources, and second‐generation biofuels in Finland
Jussi Heinimö, Heikki Malinen, Tapio Ranta, André Faaij
Published online: May 12, 2011

Business highlights

Published online: May 12, 2011

Editorials
Biomass Futures

An issue of particularly high importance since 2007 is the long-term sustainable supply of biomass. Read the introduction to an exclusive Special Issue examining European 'biomass futures'.  

Biomass Futures

The times they are a-changin’: the end of cheap oil and how it is changing our world

If we are to make wise choices for our future, we must understand how our lives have been affected by cheap oil...  

The times they are a-changin’: the end of cheap oil and how it is changing our world

Editorial Board

Professor Bruce E. Dale (Michigan State University) leads a global Editorial Board, with members selected for their expertise in key topic areas.

Professor Bruce E. Dale

Editor-in-Chief

Professor Dale is a highly esteemed member of the biorenewables community.

See the full editorial board.

 

Aims and Scope

The definitive source of information on sustainable products, fuels and energy

Biofuels, Bioproducts & Biorefining (Biofpr) is a vital source of peer-reviewed information on sustainable products, fuels and energy. Examining international scientific research and industrial development along the entire supply chain, the journal publishes critical reviews, commentary, business news highlights and policy updates. Don't miss the unique Patent Intelligence articles published in each issue, covering new patents and published applications.

"I read the Patent Intelligence article from beginning to end with high interest - really a nice piece of work with a collection of content I have not seen anywhere else."
Jefferson Lievense, Tate & Lyle, USA

The journal is dedicated to fostering growth in the biorenewables sector and serving its growing interdisciplinary community by providing a unique, systems-based insight into technologies in these fields as well as their industrial development.

Read more about the aims and scope of Biofpr on Wiley Online Library.

Email Sarah Watson if you would like to write an article for the Biofuels, Bioproducts & Biorefining journal.