Wednesday, October 28th 2020

Time: 9.00 – 12.30, CET

Link: https://zoom.us/j/97232188432

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Part 1: Public session on the results achieved so far

Introduction

9.00 Lorie Hamelin – Presentation of the Cambioscop project, key events & achievements; how will Cambioscop help France towards achieving GHG neutrality?

Research objective 1

9.15 Shivesh Karan – Developing a spatially-explicit environmental threshold for national bioeconomy strategies (spatially-explicit resource assessment, identification of resources current use, life cycle inventory of this reference use of biomass residues)

Research objective 2

9.30 Pimchanok Su-Ungkavatin – Integrating the aviation demand within sustainable bioeconomy strategies

9.40 Ugo Javourez – Integrating new food/feed ingredients from residual biomass within sustainable bioeconomy strategies

9.50 Patrick Brassard – Pyrolysis, hydrothermal liquefaction or gasification? The thermochemical conversion platform

10.05 Concetta Lodato – A local bioeconomy case for supplying Occitanie Region’s methane demand from local biomass resources only

10.15 Dominika Teigiserova – Issues and precautions with using food waste for bioeconomy strategies, and a circular bioeconomy case of citric acid production with orange peel waste

10.25 Alejandra Gomez-Campos – LCA of new bio-based materials: flax fibre for aviation and sunflower straw for innovative materials for acoustic absorption

10.35 Break 15 min

Research objective 3

10.50 Seunghye Lee – Towards advances in prospective LCA methodology for national bioeconomy strategies: Which parameter affects the future and how are they interlinked? (a review of 7 leading studies on global future scenarios)

Research objective 4

11.00 Zhou Shen – Sequestrating C in soils while supplying biomass for the bioeconomy: The biopump concept

11.10 Ariane Albers – Synergy of Cambioscop with the H2020 NEGEM project; pushing the biopump concept beyond borders for inducing negative emissions

Research objective 5

11.20 Christhel Andrade – How to use crop residues for bioeconomy while maintaining soil carbon stocks?

Closing session

11.30 Tevecia Ronzon, Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, Bioeconomy Unit – Perspectives from a member of the international advisory board

Discussion session (questions to all previous presentations will be kept for this period)

11.45 – 12.30