Perennial energy crops and biodiversity could be beneficial for fauna in metal-contaminated soils, according to an article published in Biomass
The use of biotechnology and biomass in the production of goods, services, or energy requires commitment, creativity, scientific realism and a holistic perspective. The world is changing very fast and fossil fuels are increasing in costs. The industries start to consider residues and biomass as feed-stock for boilers, co-firing, biogas or biofuels. A new paradigm is shifting how industries and companies evolve and adapt to climate change and sustainability goals. Every day new technologies are being developed that are capable of efficiently converting a broad range of biomass feedstocks into commercially viable biofuels, biopower, and other bioproducts.