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Title Handbook of bioenergy economics and policy. Volume II : modeling land use and greenhouse gas implications / edited by Madhu Khanna, David Zilberman
Imprint New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer, 2017
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Descript 1 online resource (ix, 444 pages) : illustrations, digital ; 24 cm
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Series Natural resource management and policy, 0929-127X ; volume 40
Natural resource management and policy ; volume 40
Note 1. Introduction (Khanna/Zilberman) -- Section 1. Background and New Developments -- 2. Breaking the Technological Barrier to Cellulosic Biofuels. (John Pierce, British Petroleum) -- 3. Past, Present and Future of Corn Ethanol (John Miranowski, Iowa State University) -- 4. History of sugarcane expansion in Brazil (Marcia Azanha, University of Campinas) -- 5. Incentives and Barriers for Sugarcane Ethanol Expansion in Brazil (Horta Nogueira, UNIFEI/Goldemberg, University of Sao Paulo) -- 6. Biofuel Pricing and Policy in Brazil (Khanna/Zilberman) -- Section II: Models of Land Use Change with Biofuels -- 7. The Micro and Macro Economic Drivers of Land-use Change with Biofuels (Khanna and Zilberman) -- 8. Land Use Change and Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the FAPRI-CARD Model System (Amani E. Elobeid, Miguel A. Carriquiry and Jacinto F. Fabiosa, Iowa State University) -- 9. Land Use and Greenhouse Gas Implications of Biofuels: Role of Technology and Policy (Xiaoguang Chen, Haixiao Huang,and Madhu Khanna, U of I Urbana-Champaign) -- 10. Modeling Bioenergy, Land Use and GHG Emissions with FASOMGHG: Model Overview and Analysis of Storage Cost Implications (Beach, R. H., Zhang , Y. W. & Mccarl, B. A, Texas A & M University) -- 11. Modeling Land Use Change a Global CGE: Assessing the EU biofuel mandates with the Mirage-BioF model. (Laborde D. & Valin , H., IFPRI) -- 12. Modeling Land Use Change with Biofuels in the GTAP-BIO framework (Golub, A and T. Hertel, Purdue University) -- 13. Impacts of biofuel in Brazil on land use and prices-the Brazil Land Use Model (BLUM) (Andre Nasser, ICONE, Brazil) -- 14. Ethanol Expansion and Indirect Land Use Change in Brazil: A CGE approach (Joaquim Bento de Souza Ferreira Filho, University of Sao Paulo, Mark Horridge, Centre Of Policy Studies, Monash University) -- 15. Effects of Risk and Liquidity Constraints on Adoption of Energy Crops, (Geraldine Bocqueho, INRA, France) -- 16. Adoption of Energy Crops (Khanna/Zilberman) -- Section II: The Greenhouse Gas Effects of Biofuels -- 17. Lifecycle analysis (Michael Wang Jennifer M. Dunn, Argonne National Lab) -- 18. Life-cycle analysis of Brazilian Biofuel (Joaquim Eugenio Abel Seabra, University of Campinas) -- 19. ILUC effect of biofuels (Michael O'hare, UC Berkeley) -- 20. Generalizing the Concept of Indirect Effect (Deepak Rajagopal, UCLA/Gal Hochman, Rutgers University/ Geoff Barrows, UC Berkeley/Zilberman) -- 21. Conclusions (Khanna/Zilberman)
In its second volume, this book aims to link the academic research with development in the real world and provide a historical and institutional background that can enrich more formal research. The first section will include an assessment of the evolution and the state of the nascent second-generation biofuel as well as a perspective on the evolution of corn ethanol and sugarcane ethanol in Brazil. It will also include a historical and institutional background on the biofuel industry in Brazil that has global lessons, and later, provide a technical overview of major analytical tools used to assess the economic, land use and greenhouse gas implications of biofuel policies at a regional and global level. Additionally, the book analyzes the various drivers for land use change both at a micro-economic level and at a macro-economic level. It presents studies that apply regional and global economic models to examine the effects of biofuel policies in the US, EU and Brazil on regional and global land use, on food and fuel prices and greenhouse gas emissions. These papers illustrate the use of partial and general equilibrium modeling approaches to simulate the effects of various biofuel policies, and includes studies showing the effects of risk aversion, time preferences and liquidity constraints on farmers decision to grow energy crops for biofuel production. By presenting the tools of lifecycle analysis for assessing the direct greenhouse gas intensity of biofuels, this handbook investigates the types of indirect or market mediated effects that can offset or strengthen these direct effects. It will include tools to assess the direct and indirect effects of biofuel production on greenhouse gas emissions in the US and Brazil, and ultimately provide a comprehensive background to understand the state of biofuel in the present and how to analyze their implication
Host Item Springer eBooks
Subject Biomass energy -- Economic aspects
Biomass energy -- Government policy
Biomass energy
Environmental Economics
Environmental Chemistry
Energy Systems
Alt Author Khanna, Madhu, editor
Zilberman, David, editor
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