Companies
NGOs
Governments

At BioGrowth Development we provide targeted insight in sustainable land-use systems and connected biobased value chains, for both the agricultural and the forestry sector, as well as for related and new sectors that are in development.

Our markets are companies, NGOs and governments.

Companies
Different services
  • Tree, crop, feedstock and product yield forecasting of farm, forest and agroforestry plantations.

  • Mapping of carbon sequestration in plantations, biomass and derived biomaterials.

  • Biomass and bioproduct supply chain analysis, including accurate mass, energy and cost balances in upstream, midstream and downstream segments.

  • Biological risk analysis and techno-economical feasibility analysis of biobased supply chain projects.

  • Advise on circular end-of-life options for biomass residues.

  • Global scale or local scale logistical optimization of biobased supply chains.

  • Drawing roadmaps for carbon credits generation at landscape or biomaterials levels.

  • Preparing for an audit in view of certification of land-use systems, biobased products or chains of custody.

  • Calculate capex and opex of investment cases in land-use and biobased projects.

  • Location screening for new to build plants based on feedstock availability.

Related industries

  • Forestry-wood chain.
  • Agro-sector.
  • Land-management companies.
  • Solid biomass industries.
  • Biorefineries and biofuel companies.
  • Waste management companies.
  • Traders of soft commodities.
  • Branch organizations.

Advantages

  • Integral approach by connecting land-use systems and biobased value chains.
  • Easily scalable to large surfaces.
  • Locally and globally applicable approach.
NGOs
Different services
  • Plant growth and biomass quantification in farm, forest and agroforestry plantations.

  • Mapping biomass and carbon distribution in plants, ecosystems and landscapes, including accurate mass, energy and cost balances.

  • Biological risk analysis and techno-economical feasibility analysis of land-use projects.

  • Benchmarking of conventional land-use systems with regenerative land-use systems.

  • Drawing roadmaps for carbon credits generation at landscape levels.

  • Location screening for new plantations and land regeneration projects.

  • Benchmark and change analysis of ecosystem services such as shading, wind shelter, erosion control and water, carbon or nutrient storage capacity of soils and plant systems.

  • Preparing for an audit in view of certification of land-use systems, biobased products or chains of custody.

  • Advice on valorization in biobased materials sourced from sustainable land-use.

Related NGOs

  • NGO promoting socially responsible and environmentally friendly land-use.
  • Nature-based NGO aiming for landscape regeneration and habitat conservation.
  • NGO promoting sustainable agriculture and forestry, including agroforestry.
  • Development aid NGO.

Advantages

  • Integral approach by connecting land-use systems and biobased value chains.
  • Easily scalable to large surfaces.
  • Locally and globally applicable approach.
Governments
Different services
  • Biological risk analysis and techno-economical feasibility analysis of land-use projects.

  • Mapping and analyzing plant growth, biomass and carbon distribution in plants, ecosystems and land management units, including accurate mass, energy and cost balances.

  • Drawing roadmaps for carbon credits generation.

  • Preparing for an audit in view of certification of land-use systems, biobased products or chains of custody.

  • Location screening for new plantation and landscape regeneration projects.

  • Advice on optimal use of biobased materials from sustainable land use.

  • Benchmark and change analysis of ecosystem services such as shading, wind shelter, erosion control and water, carbon or nutrient storage capacity of soils and plant systems.

  • Selection of circular end-of-life options for biomass residues.

  • Global scale or local scale logistical optimization of biomass supply chains.

Related governments

  • National, regional and municipal forest and nature management authorities.
  • Government bodies managing roads, rivers and landscapes.
  • Governmental organizations involved in land-use management.

Advantages

  • Integral approach by connecting land-use systems and biobased value chains.
  • Easily scalable to large surfaces.
  • Locally and globally applicable approach.