A common sense or 50-50-40 energy scenario. Part 2: renewable energy

A common sense energy scenario. Part 1: global energy consumption

Biobased economy strategy: through specialty chemicals and materials

Drop-ins lead the biobased economy astray

Teaching sustainability in secondary education

Gaia, and James Lovelock’s gentle revenge

Reconnect with nature – the new sustainability

Brexit was not about the EU

Biobased markets need standardization

GMO debate, nuclear power, and the concept of absolute evil

Gene technology: the same old story, once more

Gene drive: the new debate

Economists, listen: the earth is NOT a closed system

We need genetic engineering

Bioeconomy, circular and small scale. Really?

Phosphate and phosphorus, use it wisely

In memory of Paul Reinshagen

Roundup discussion: much like the climate debate

Cleantech has much more economic potential than just low CO2 energy technologies

Mining bio-ore for nickel

In memory of Wiero Beek

Breeders’ rights, patents and genetic modification

Controversies on genetic modification, part 2: what’s wrong with Monsanto

No good complaining about European waste legislation

Controversies on genetic modification, part 1: why to support it

Stepwise changes, a ray of sunshine in the climate debate

Ecomodernism, a great idea and a big disappointment

Genetic modification: widening gap between public perception and industrial reality

Sustainability needs green growth

What is biomass anyway?

The shelf life of green chemistry

Are polyolefins really cheaper than sustainable alternatives?

Towards a sustainable medicines production

Sustainability Day in higher education

Green Growth, much too optimistic?

Genetic modification of human embryos?

Waiting patiently (until the biobased economy has passed away)!?

Biotechnologically produced food: positioning and profit margin

Synthetic biology: health, fashion and ethics

Cooperative banking in the biobased economy – but without the Rabobank?

Iain McGilchrist: neurological battle between sustainability and efficiency

Psychology of innovation: biotechnology should learn to listen!

Global Divestment Day

Bioenergy: the ambitions are the problem

One bioeconomy, two worlds

The silent miracles of energy efficiency

Roel’s team

Sustainable industry has much potential

Panarchy, for a transition with less disruption

Naomi Klein: everyone will be affected

Biobased Press looks for new input

Trust is the basis of successful R&D

Wind energy in the Netherlands: the storm has not yet calmed down

Energy neutral instead of shale gas free

Logical mistakes on CO2

Towards an ambitious Europe

Sustainable: tenable or degradable?

Design rules for the biobased industry #4: elegance is beautiful

Design rules for the biobased industry, #3: preserve structure

Design rules for the biobased industry, #2: be lean on materials flows

European Union biased on biobased

Design rules for the biobased industry, #1: reduce capital costs and create jobs

Peak gas

Green chemistry, rather than green energy

Almost until the very end

Innovations in green chemistry, will they ever come?

Technology, no longer a threat

Biorefinery as the key to the circular economy

Know-how as a location factor for the biobased chemical industry

Strategy for a green society, WTC’s swan song


Why Europe undermines its own policies on second-generation biofuels, whereas the US moves fast forward

Innovations across the entire value pyramid of the biobased economy

Sustainable energy: keeping the score. Part 3: fossil fuels with CCS

Sustainable energy: keeping the score. Part 2: The role of sun and wind

Sustainable energy, keeping the score. Part 1: The role of biomass

Towards a smaller scale in the biobased economy: the interim results

Sustainability requires another corporate decision making model

EFIB, now is the time!

The third way between panic and complacency

Correct decision, wrong arguments

Coca-Cola blunder: non-information on the plant bottle – latest in a series of incidents

Sugar as a feedstock: competition in the market

Towards a smaller scale in the biobased economy. But why, and to what extent?

The battle of the burgers

North-western Europe, supplier of industrial feedstock: sugar

Large biobased cluster, from Leiden to Reims

Biofuels hardly competed with food production, so far

Energy covenant: a breakthrough in the polder

Thinking beyond shale gas

Sustainability a difficult issue even in the biobased economy

Biomass for industrial use: new criteria required