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California has great potential to leverage its proven leadership, innovations, institutional and technical expertise, and abundant and diverse biomass resources to address climate change and improve air quality while creating high-value bioproducts. To this end, the California Bioresources Economy Summit will bring together policymakers, bioresource experts, technology innovators, community groups, and researchers to explore how the State’s bioresources from the forest, agricultural, and urban sectors can help the State adapt to and mitigate climate change, improve air quality, create jobs, and achieve other significant co-benefits. This Summit will examine what is needed for an integrated policy framework that enables market forces to take California’s bioeconomy to the next generation through substantive discussions of the overall knowledge base and information gaps, resource streams, emerging technology options, lessons learned from global experiences, and successful approaches to addressing facility siting, technical, supply chain, financing, and policy barriers. The goal of the Summit is to develop actionable recommendations that support California’s successful bioeconomy future.

For more information, visit https://ww2.arb.ca.gov/bioresourcessummit2018 or email questions to CalBrES@arb.ca.gov.

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