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Biookonomie fur Einsteiger / Joachim Pietzsch, Hrsg. ; Wissenschaftlicher Berater Ulrich Shurr ; [Zeichnungen Wolfgang Zettlmeier ; Illustrationen Stephan Meyer].

Contributor(s): Pietzsch, Joachim [ed.] | Schurr, Ulrich, 1976- [Consultant] | Zettlmeier, Wolfgang [ill.] | Meyer, Stephan [ill.].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Berlin, Germany : Springer Spektrum, 2017Description: xiii, 215 p. : col. ill., photos., maps, charts ; 29 cm.ISBN: 9783662537626; 9783662537633 (eBook).Subject(s): Biomass energy | Renewable energy sourcesDDC classification: 333.9539 Summary: "This book provides an interdisciplinary and comprehensible introduction to bioeconomy. It thus provides basic knowledge for understanding a transformation process that will shape the 21st century and requires the integration of many disciplines and industries that have had little to do with each other up to now. We are talking about the gradual and necessary transition from the age of fossil fuels, which began around 200 years ago, to a global economy based on renewable raw materials (and renewable energies). The success of this transition is key to coping with the challenge of climate change." -- from https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783662603895.
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Book Non Fiction 333.9539 Bio (Browse shelf) Available 13022181

Hard cover.

The book was donated to the DAPL.

English title of the book : Bioeconomy for beginners.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

"This book provides an interdisciplinary and comprehensible introduction to bioeconomy. It thus provides basic knowledge for understanding a transformation process that will shape the 21st century and requires the integration of many disciplines and industries that have had little to do with each other up to now. We are talking about the gradual and necessary transition from the age of fossil fuels, which began around 200 years ago, to a global economy based on renewable raw materials (and renewable energies). The success of this transition is key to coping with the challenge of climate change." -- from https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783662603895.

The text is in the German language.

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