From Waste to Value: Valorisation Pathways for Organic Waste Streams in Circular Bioeconomies
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OriginalversjonKlitkou, A., Fevolden, A. M. & Capasso, M. (Eds.). (2019). From Waste to Value: Valorisation Pathways for Organic Waste Streams in Circular Bioeconomies. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.
From Waste to Value investigates how streams of organic waste and residues can be transformed into valuable products, to foster a transition towards a sustainable and circular bioeconomy. The studies are carried out within a cross-disciplinary framework, drawing on a diverse set of theoretical approaches and defining different valorisation pathways. Organic waste streams from households and industry are becoming a valuable resource in today’s economies. Substances that have long represented a cost to companies and a burden for society are now becoming an asset. Waste products, such as leftover food, forest residues and animal carcasses, can be turned into valuable products such as biomaterials, biochemicals and biopharmaceuticals. Exploiting these waste resources is challenging, however. It requires that companies develop new technologies and that public authorities introduce new regulation and governance models. This book helps policy-makers govern and regulate bio-based industries, and helps industry actors to identify and exploit new opportunities in the circular bioeconomy. Moreover, it provides important insights for all students and scholars concerned with renewable energy, sustainable development and climate change.
Chapter 1: Introduction - Antje Klitkou, Arne Martin Fevolden and Marco Capasso; Chapter 2: What is the Bioeconomy? - Markus M. Bugge, Teis Hansen and Antje Klitkou; Chapter 3: Theoretical perspectives on Innovation for Waste Valorisation in the Bioeconomy - Markus M. Bugge, Simon Bolwig, Teis Hansen and Anne Nygaard Tanner; Chapter 4: New path development for forest-based value creation in Norway - Antje Klitkou, Marco Capasso, Teis Hansen and Julia Szulecka; Chapter 5: Mission-oriented innovation in urban governance: Setting and solving problems in waste valorisation - Markus M. Bugge and Arne Martin Fevolden; Chapter 6: Beyond animal feed? The valorisation of brewers' spent grain - Simon Bolwig, Michael Spjelkavik Mark, Maaike Karlijn Happel and Andreas Brekke; Chapter 7: Meat processing and animal by-products: Industrial dynamics and institutional settings - Anne Nygaard Tanner and Nhat Strøm-Andersen; Chapter 8: New Pathways for Organic Waste in Land-based Farming of Salmon: The case of Norway and Denmark - Hilde Ness Sandvold, Jay Sterling Gregg and Dorothy Sutherland Olsen; Chapter 9: Valorisation of whey – A tale of two Nordic dairies - Simon Bolwig, Andreas Brekke, Louise Strange and Nhat Strøm-Andersen; Chapter 10: What knowledge does the bioeconomy build upon? - Linn Meidell Dybdahl and Eric James Iversen; Chapter 11: Actors and innovators in the circular bioeconomy: An integrated empirical approach to studying organic waste stream innovators - Eric James Iversen, Marco Capasso and Kristoffer Rørstad; Chapter 12: Directionality and Diversity: Contending Policy Rationales in the Transition towards the Bioeconomy - Lisa Scordato, Markus M. Bugge and Arne Martin Fevolden; Chapter 13: Multi-Level Governance of Food Waste: Comparing Norway, Denmark and Sweden - Julia Szulecka, Nhat Strøm-Andersen, Lisa Scordato and Eili Skrivervik; Chapter 14: Life cycle assessment: A governance tool for transition towards a circular bioeconomy? - Andreas Brekke, Kari-Anne Lyng, Johanna Olofsson and Julia Szulecka; Chapter 15: Conclusions - Antje Klitkou, Arne Martin Fevolden and Marco Capasso