The Politics of Bioeconomy and Sustainability: Lessons from Biofuel Governance, Policies and Production Strategies in the Emerging World

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Springer Nature, 2021 - 227 sidor
This book addresses the underexposed political dimensions of bioeconomy promotion. Who wins and who loses? How are institutions being shaped, and by whom? Drawing from experiences since the earlier days of biofuels promotion, it explores in unprecedented detail the global drive away from fossil fuels and towards a biomass-based economy. Multipurpose agriculture gains ever more traction as countries create new bio-based value chains or, rather, value webs. Governance, in this regard, proves to be key for steering developments towards inclusive agri-food-biomass systems instead of fueling just a handful of flex crops ridden with social equity and other environmental issues. Based on a rich global-level analysis of bioeconomy promotion and three in-depth case studies of key emerging economies (Brazil, India and Indonesia), the book also innovatively examines sustainability politics in Global South democracies. Ultimately, this book is about finding the politics for a fairer bioeconomy in the years and decades to come.
 

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Political Dimensions of the Bioeconomy
1
Part I Biomass Sustainability and the Emergence of a Bioeconomy World
21
2 The Contested Sustainability of Biofuels in a NorthSouth Context
22
Solving or Reproducing Inequalities
49
Unveiling the Initial Patterns
67
Part II Bioeconomy Governance and Sustainability Politics in Emerging Countries
87
5 Brazil Between Bioeconomy Barons and Grassroots Agroecology
88
6 Indias Bioeconomy and the Ambition over Wastelands
123
7 Bioeconomy in the Oil Palm Republic of Indonesia
147
8 Bioeconomy Lessons from Biofuel Policies in Emerging Countries
179
9 The Politics for a Fairer Bioeconomy
202
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