With more than 90 policy sessions and 12 themes, the Policy Conference promises to deliver a comprehensive overview of advancements in the field of sustainable energy. Next to the policy sessions, the conference includes a Networking Village (18-20 June), with more than 100 activities, and the Awards Ceremony (18 June) where the most outstanding projects will be recognised in the categories of Engagement, Leadership, Innovation and Youth.
Update – a summary record is now available
Agenda items concern energy, digital and food & drink policy.
Biomass is a renewable alternative to fossil fuels, but as a recently published JRC report has demonstrated, finding an equilibrium between the benefits and the possible negative impacts the increased use of biomass might have on the environment, is vital.
A recent JRC Technical Report describes new methods for measuring the potential environmental and human impact of chemical emissions, to be used in calculating the environmental footprint of products and organisations over their entire life cycle.