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  • Elmqvist, Bodil, et al. (författare)
  • Hållbarhetskrav på biodrivmedel
  • 2013
  • Ingår i: 15 nedslag i klimatforskningen : dåtid, nutid, framtid. - Centrum för miljö- och klimatforskning, Lunds universitet. - 978-91-637-2338-4 ; s. 195-208
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  • Harnesk, David, et al. (författare)
  • Regulating a global value chain with the European Union's sustainability criteria – experiences from the Swedish liquid transport biofuel sector
  • 2017
  • Ingår i: Journal of Cleaner Production. - Elsevier. - 0959-6526. ; 153, s. 580-591
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • Despite promises that they can contribute toward more environmentally beneficial transportation there are many sustainability concerns about liquid transport biofuels. In response to pressure from civil society, the European Union (EU) has introduced sustainability criteria for biofuels. A hybrid regulatory system involving state and non-state actors stipulates that retailers and producers must comply to be eligible for fiscal support such as tax exemptions. Flexibility in the system allows choice between different means of compliance, including a range of voluntary schemes. We present an analysis of views within the Swedish liquid transport biofuel sector in 2012 – a year after the introduction of EU sustainability criteria. Using document analysis, official statistics, and a survey, we use four key structures of global value chains — input–output structure, territorial configuration, institutional framework, and firm-level chain governance structure — to structure an analysis of biofuel value chain coordination. This yields three main findings regarding how the Swedish liquid transport biofuel system operates within, and views, the new regulatory framework. Firstly that it uses a broad portfolio of feedstock mainly from within Europe, seemingly avoiding countries where any supply conditions may be in doubt; second, larger retailers and producers achieve compliance without the need to provide additional social sustainability information; third, that actors exhibit predominantly Eurocentric perspectives on sustainability, express confidence that their supply chains have strong ‘sustainability performance’ and desire long-term policy stability. We conclude that despite a deep critique of the sustainability of biofuels amongst civil society and academia, EU regulation allows for production systems that reflect a European- and climate change mitigation-centred view on biofuel ‘sustainability’.
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  • Israilava, Alesia, et al. (författare)
  • BEST AVAILABLE TECHNOLOGIES AND TECHNIQUES FOR LARGE POINT SOURCES
  • 2008
  • Rapport (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • This report titled Best available technologies and techniques for large point sources has been prepared within the framework of the programme on Regional Air Pollution in Developing Countries (RAPIDC), Phase III conducted during the period 2005-2008. RAPIDC is funded by the Department of Infrastructure and Economic Cooperation (INEC) of the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency SIDA. It is coordinated by the Stockholm Environmental Institute (SEI) and carried out in collaboration with Swedish Universities and research organisations together with inter-governmental agencies and research organisation in Asia and Africa. This report is largely focused on eight countries Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Iran, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka that are signatories to the Malé Declaration on Control and Prevention of Air Pollution and Its Likely Transboundary Effects for South Asia. The Malé Declaration developed from the policy dialogue held in 1998 under the auspices of UNEP as part of the RAPIDC programme. This report is produced in response to the Malé Activity 5.3 Sector based approaches to prevention and control ( addressing sub-activity 5.3.1 Sector specific mitigation). The report is focused on thermal power plants and large-scale industrial facilities such as steel plants, petroleum refineries, chemical plants, fertilizer production facilities, cement plants, pulp and paper plants etc., which are often labelled point sources. These sectors are major generators of air pollution. In general, the report can be divided into two parts. - The first part seeks to provide an overview of these industrial sectors in the Malé countries. It starts with a general description of the sector (separately for each Malé country in which the sector is present) and provides details of ownership, number and distribution of the production units and so forth. Content then shifts to the description of pollutants and emissions levels, and finally, it discusses current activity levels in terms of installed capacities and production levels and the expected growth. - The second part of the report is devoted to the description of the status of best available technologies in these industrial sectors worldwide. Each of the sectors mentioned above is described in terms of technologies deployed in the production process and main air pollutants. Best available technologies and emerging techniques are then discussed. These can be totally new processes and new process stages as well as process-integrated and end-of-pipe technologies addressing air pollutant reduction. Where possible, emission levels associated with these techniques and technologies are given in each sub-chapter. This report is intended to provide decision-makers in the Malé countries with an overview of the current state of their industrial sectors and technologies available in the world. Moreover, it seeks to provide the opportunity to evaluate possible reduction of emissions when introducing new facilities within the industrial sectors as well as upgrading existing ones.
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  • Israilava, Alesia, et al. (författare)
  • Impact of BAT and techniques in the housing sector
  • 2008
  • Rapport (övrigt vetenskapligt)abstract
    • This report has been compiled within the framework of the programme on Regional Air Pollution in Developing Countries (RAPIDC), Phase III, conducted during the period 2005-2008. RAPIDC has been funded by the Department of Infrastructure and Economic Cooperation (INEC) of the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA). It is coordinated by the Stockholm Environmental Institute (SEI) and carried out in collaboration with Swedish Universities and research organisations together with inter-governmental agencies and research organisations in Asia and Africa. This report has been principally produced for eight countries – Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Iran, the Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka – that are signatories to the Malé Declaration on Control and Prevention of Air Pollution and Its Likely Transboundary Effects for South Asia. The Malé Declaration developed from the policy dialogue held in 1998 under the auspices of UNEP as part of the RAPIDC programme. This report is produced in response to the Malé Activity 5.2.1 Impacts in the Housing Sector. The report gives an overview of the existing techniques and technologies in the housing sector for reduction of air pollution. As a result of the relatively pollution intensive nature of energy production in the region, and as other areas such as the production of building materials (e.g. cement production) are addressed by other resource documents, this document is mainly focused upon energy consumption. The different sections of this report describe technologies and techniques for the lower emission lifecycle building envelopes (including insulation issues, windows, roofs and walls, etc.) and other building support systems such as cooling, ventilation, heating, water heating, cooking and lighting. The report seeks to give examples from Malé countries or from countries with similar climatic conditions to the extent possible.
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