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Attracting new talents to stay ahead of the curve

The pulp and paper industry has been undergoing a transition phase for a few years. Following the 2008 and subsequent crises and the decline of the newspaper demand, the main actors have developed new strategies to take a new path

Clement Villemont

Posted by Clement Villemont Wednesday, March 8th, 2017

From PaperWeek to BIOFOR: new orientations for the pulp and paper industry

For decades, PaperWeek conferences in Montreal, organized by PAPTAC (Pulp and Paper Technical Association of Canada), have been the annual gathering place of the pulp and paper (P&P) industry in Canada and the world. Since 2016, those conferences are jointly

Benoit Delcroix

Posted by Benoit Delcroix Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017

Microalgae: The Pros and Cons

Due to the accelerating fossil fuel depletion and the increasing concerns about greenhouse gas emissions, it is important to utilize non-fossil based renewable energy sources. Compared to the terrestrial biomass, microalgae offer a number of advantages: (i) high lipid content;

What it takes to develop the Canadian Bioeconomy

Required logistical resources to support the development of a sustainable bioeconomy Role of biomass supply and logistics in the sustainable development of a bioeconomy sector in Canada The bioeconomy has been promoted as one of the primary solutions to decarbonize

Posted by Mahmood Ebadian Wednesday, January 25th, 2017

2016′s ultimate dialogue on bioenergy in India

The Indian subcontinent is acknowledged as the home to the ancient Indus Valley Civilization and a land of historic trade routes, vast empires and cultural wealth. Home to the diverse cultures and religions, India is also rich in its biodiversity.

The Power of Poo: New Developments in the Conversion of Sewage Sludge to Energy

Sewage as an Advanced Biofuel Feedstock Have you ever imagined yourself as the next source of biofuel? It’s possible that our own sewage waste could contribute significantly to our green energy resources in the not-so-distant future. In fact, it is

Chelsea Scheske

Posted by Chelsea Scheske Wednesday, January 4th, 2017

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