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Reduced Emissions
Sugarcane ethanol and bioelectricity are renewable energy solutions that cut greenhouse gases (GHG) significantly when compared to fossil fuels. But what does ...
Message to IPCC on Climate Change: More Attention to Detail on Brazilian Sugarcane
This week the United Nations scientific panel on climate change (IPCC) published its latest report on climate change. The report, echoing its past findings ...
Innovation: good for business, good for the environment!
Yesterday, President Dilma Rousseff visited the Sugarcane Technology Center (CTC), a world leading technology company gathering knowledge of the entire ...
The Impact of Ethanol Use on Food Prices and Greenhouse-Gas Emissions
What’s your first-generation biofuels literacy?
On April 22, we celebrate International Mother Earth Day. Many people want to take action on that occasion by planting a tree or informing themselves on ...
Are EU sustainability criteria for biofuels compatible with WTO rules?
That’s the question many of us are grappling with today. With the aim of meeting environmental goals, the European Commission is now due to finalize the very ...
Sugarcane Ethanol: Contributions to Climate Change Mitigation and the Environment
Brazilian Sugarcane Biofuel Producers Applaud Increased EPA Support for Advanced Renewable Fuels
The Brazilian Sugarcane Industry Association (known by the acronym “UNICA”) today commented on the final 2017 renewable fuel standards from the Environmental ...
Ethanol and Bioelectricity: Sugarcane in the Future of the Energy Matrix
Sugarcane Benefits
Sugarcane has the potential to lower carbon dioxide emissions, create jobs, reduce petroleum use and help create a healthier, cleaner planet.
Greenhouse Gas Reductions
The most recognized is sugarcane ethanol which reduces greenhouse gas emissions by 90 percent on average compared to gasoline. That’s the best carbon ...
The Good, the Bad & The Ugly… about ILUC
After the disappointment of not winning concessions from Member States on any of their main points, MEPs have – against the will of many – voted in favour of ...
Introduction to sugarcane ethanol contributions to climate change mitigation and the environment
Chapter 1 of "Sugarcane Ethanol: Contributions to Climate Change Mitigation and the Environment"
Mitigation of GHG emissions using sugarcane bioethanol
Chapter 4 of "Sugarcane Ethanol: Contributions to Climate Change Mitigation and the Environment"
Contribution of Ethanol to Climate Change
Ethanol in the Brazilian Energy Matrix
Preserving Biodiversity and Protecting Precious Resources
Proper land use planning is essential to manage the demand for sugarcane derived products while simultaneously preserving and protecting precious natural ...
Biofuels Play Central Role in Brazil’s Climate Goals
The Paris Agreement on Climate Change entered into force in September, starting a coordinated effort by the world’s governments to reduce carbon dioxide ...
The role of cleaner fuels after COP21
Greenhouse gas impact of marginal fossil fuel use
Calculating Greenhouse Gas Savings
Leading environmental officials in the United States and European Union agree that sugarcane ethanol is a high-performing renewable fuel that can help reduce ...
Sugarcane Best Cultivation Practices
The Brazilian sugarcane industry employs modern agronomic management practices to enhance productivity and protect the environment. Key features of Brazil’s ...
EU still debates E10, while Brazil moves to a 27% blend
I just can’t help praising the decision taken by the Brazilian government to increase, today, the ethanol blend in gasoline to 27%. A question came straight to ...
Brazilian Sugarcane Biofuel Producers Applaud Increased EPA Support for Advanced Renewable Fuels
The Brazilian Sugarcane Industry Association (known by the acronym “UNICA”) today commented on the final 2017 renewable fuel standards from the Environmental ...
UNICA's Comments on "Renewables Enhancement and Growth Support Rule"
The Brazilian Sugarcane Industry Association (“UNICA”) appreciates the opportunity to provide these comments on the proposed rule, entitled the "Renewables ...
Bioenergy & Sustainability: bridging the gaps
Brazil’s road to Paris
On Sunday, Brazil’s President Dilma Rousseff formally announced her country’s GHG emission reduction pledge at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. ...
Fancy a visit to Brazil? Brazil comes to you… Come and see us at the Brazilian Pavillon, EXPO Milano 2015
This year’s theme of the Universal Exposition EXPO Milano 2015 “Feeding the planet. Energy for life” couldn’t be more spot on for us!
ICONE's Comments to EPA on Regulation of Fuels and Fuel Additives: Changes to Renewable Fuel Standard Program
The Impact of Biofuels on Commodity Prices
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