In an article in Ny Teknik, published May 28th, KTH researchers Elisabeth Ekener Petersen and Göran Finnveden debate the different demands put on fossil fuels compared to renewable fuels. The authors rely on results from their recently finished f3 project Social and socioeconomic impacts from vehicle fuels that came to the conclusion that there are substantial negative social impacts from fossil fuels, at the same levels as for biofuels, and that the country of origin seemed to be of more importance that the type of fuel.

Find the article here (in Swedish).

Other posts

Supply side views on biogas development

In March, we posted the news that the project Biogas in the transport sector – an actor and…

Read more »

News | 2019-08-12

Regional biogasutveckling temat på en heldagsworkshop i Stockholm

Den 27 maj anordnade IVL Svenska Miljöinstitutet och LTU en projektworkshop om regional biogasutveckling inom ramen för samverkansprogramprojektet Nätverk, lokala…

Read more »

News | 2019-06-26

Biofuel, policy and “flying shame” – How can climate impact from aviation be reduced?

From left: Jörgen Larsson, Chalmers; Maria Wetterstrand, the Biojet Inquiry; Sören Eriksson, Preem; Ingrid Nohlgren, f3 and Anna Elofsson, PhD…

Read more »

News | 2019-05-28

Visualiseringar för ökad förståelse för transportomställningen

Vad är den centrala okunskapen när det gäller omställningen av transportsektorn till fossilfrihet? Vad känner politiker och allmänhet generellt inte…

Read more »

News | 2019-05-15

See all news »