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Figure National perennial cropping mixes in the ‘Resource efficiency’ storyline
The graph gives an overview of the absolute contribution of perennials per type to the bioenergy potential of a country in the Resource efficiency storyline.
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Figure National perennial cropping mixes in the ‘Climate focus’ storyline
The graph gives an overview of the absolute contribution of perennials per type to the bioenergy potential of a country in the Climate focus storyline.
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Figure National perennial cropping mixes in the 'Market first' storyline
The graph gives an overview of the absolute contribution of perennials per type to the bioenergy potential of a country in the market first storyline.
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Publication Water resources: quantity and flows - SOER 2010 thematic assessment
Europe's freshwaters are affected by water scarcity, droughts, floods and physical modifications. Many water bodies are at risk of failing to meet the aim of the EU Water Framework Directive (WFD) to achieve good status by 2015. Future policies should encourage demand management through actions such as increasing water efficiency. In addition, water management will benefit from applying an ecosystems perspective, using floodplains and groundwater aquifers for storing water, and making room (space) for rivers.
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Publication Maximising the environmental benefits of Europe's bioenergy potential
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Publication Estimating the environmentally compatible bioenergy potential from agriculture
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Publication How much bioenergy can Europe produce without harming the environment?
The purpose of this report is to assess how much biomass could technically be available for energy production without increasing pressures on the environment. As such, it develops a number of environmental criteria for bioenergy production, which are then used as assumptions for modelling the primary potential. These criteria were developed on a European scale. Complementary assessments at more regional and local scale are recommended as a follow-up of this work.
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