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This page links to websites, blogs, wikis, podcasts, internet accesible videos and other media dealing with bioenergy. Links to company pages should be placed in the appropriate section of the companies page. In general, links to governmental organizations should be placed on the appropriate countries page or on the international organizations. Links to nongovernmental organization's pages, which provide substantive information on a topic may be placed here as well as on the nongovernmental organizations page. When adding links to websites please include a short description of the site.




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  • The Happy Planet Index - "The Happy Planet Index is an innovative new measure that shows the ecological efficiency with which human well-being is delivered."


  • Worldwatch Institute website The Worldwatch Institute is an independent research organization that focuses on innovative solutions to global environmental, resource, and economic issues. The Institute's State of the World report has been published in 36 languages and is read annually by prime ministers, CEOs, university professors and students, and ordinary citizens. Founded in 1974, Worldwatch's current priorities include transforming the world's energy and agricultural systems to better meet human needs and protect the environment, as well as the broader challenge of building a sustainable global economy.



  • Refuel project - a project to "improve market penetration for biofuels" in the EU.
  • BioFuel Bay - Great information on biofuels, related technologies and industry.
  • OBEDwiki - Open Biofuel Engine Development wiki
  • Vegburner - Information about vegetable oil based fuels



  • NewCROPTM Website for the Center for New Crops & Plant Products at Purdue University


See blogs with technorati tags for: alternative fuels, biodiesel, bioenergy, biofuel, biofuels, biomass, and ethanol.

  • BioPact. According to its website, "BioPact unites EU citizens and African citizens who work towards a common bioenergy future, in which the EU couples part of its green energy policies to its humanitarian and development policies in Africa. We also monitor biofuels and bioenergy news coming from the developing world in general."
  • Indic View - Blog on Alternate Energy and the Indian Infrastructure and Energy Scene.


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