The Renewable Energy Development and Implementation Lab

Renewable Energy Development and Implementation (REDI) Lab

Published refereed papers | Published refereed conference proceedings | Books and monographs | Chapters in books | Technical reports | Abstracts and notes

Publications

Below is a list of some of the published refereed papers, conference proceedings, books, monographs and technical reports produced by Dr. Warren Mabee and his team:

Published Refereed Papers

2019

  • Collotta, M., Champagne, P., Tomasoni, G., Alberti, M., Busi, L., & Mabee, W. (2019). Critical indicators of sustainability for biofuels: An analysis through a life cycle sustainability assessment perspective. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 115. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.rser.2019.109358

  • M. Collotta, P. Champagne, W. Mabee, G. Tomasoni, (2019) Life Cycle Analysis of the Production of Biodiesel from Microalgae, Life Cycle Assessment of Energy Systems and Sustainable Energy Technologies: the Italian experience. Chapter 6, pp 184. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-93740-3

2018

  • M. Collotta, P. Champagne, W. Mabee, G. Tomasoni, (2018) Wastewater and waste CO2 for sustainable biofuels from microalgae, Algal Research 29, pp 12-21 DOI: 10.1016/j.algal.2017.11.013 (ALGAL_2016_256)

  • Collotta M*, Champagne P, Mabee W. 2018. Critical indicators of sustainability for biofuels: a review through life cycle sustainability assessment perspectives. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment (under review)

  • Collotta M*, Champagne P, Mabee WE. 2018. The importance of regional sustainability indicators: a comparative life cycle analysis of biofuel production plants in Canada. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment (under review)

2017

  • Blair MJ, Cabral L, Mabee WE. 2017. Biorefinery strategies: exploring approaches to developing forest-based biorefinery activities in British Columbia and Ontario, Canada. Technology Analysis and Strategic Management doi:10.1080/09537325.2016.1211266

  • M. COLLOTTA, P. Champagne, W. Mabee, F. Romagnoli, G. Tomasoni, L. Busi and M. Alberti (2017) Comparative LCA of three alternative technologies for lipid extraction in biodiesel from microalgae production. Energy Procedia, 113C, pp 244-250 DOI: 10.1016/j.egypro.2017.04.061 (EGYPRO30813)

2016

  • Collotta M*, Busi L, Champagne P, Mabee WE, Tomasoni G, Alberti M. 2016. Evaluating microalgae-to-energy systems: different approaches to Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) studies. Biofuels, Biofuels, Bioproducts, and Biorefining 10(6): 883-895

  • Fast S, Mabee WE, Baxter J, Christidis T, Driver L, Hill S, McMurtry JJ, Tomkow M 2016. Lessons learned from Ontario wind energy disputes. Nature Energy doi:10.1038/NENERGY.2015.28

  • Krigstin S, Wetzel S, Mabee WE, Stadnyk S 2016. Can woody biomass support a pellet industry in southeastern Ontario: A case study. Forestry Chronicle 92(2): 189-199

  • Lochhead K, Ghafghazi S, Havlik P, Forsell N, Obersteiner M, Bull GQ, Mabee WE 2016. Price trends and volatility scenarios for designing forest sector transformation. Energy Economics 57: 184-191

  • Zhang L, Mabee WE 2016. Comparative study on the life-cycle greenhouse gas emissions of the utilization of low carbon fuels for the cement industry. Journal of Cleaner Production 122: 102-112

  • M. COLLOTTA, P. Champagne, W. Mabee, G. Tomasoni, L. Busi, M. Alberti and G. B. Leite (2016) Comparative LCA of flocculation for the harvesting of microalgae for biofuels production. Procedia CIRP, 61C, pp 750-754 DOI: 10.1016/j.procir.2016.11.146 (PROCIR-D-16-00777)

  • M. COLLOTTA, L. Busi, P. Champagne, W. Mabee, G. Tomasoni, M. Alberti (2016) Evaluation microalgae-to-energy systems: different approaches to Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) studies. Biofuels Bioproducts and Biorefining, 10 (6), pp. 883-895 DOI: 10.1002/bbb.1713 (BIOFPR-16-0064.R1)

  • M. COLLOTTA, P. Champagne, W. Mabee, G. Tomasoni, M. Alberti, L. Busi, G. B. Leite (2016) Environmental Assessment of Co-location Alternatives for a Microalgae Cultivation Plant: A Case Study in the City of Kingston (Canada). Energy Procedia, 95C, pp 29-36 DOI: 10.1016/j.egypro.2016.09.007 (EGYPRO28000)

2015

  • Stephen JD, Mabee WE, Pribowo A, Pledger S, Hart R, Tallio S, Bull GQ 2015. Biomass for residential and commercial heating in a remote Canadian aboriginal community. Renewable Energy 86: 563-575

  • Calvert K, Mabee WE 2015. More solar farms or more bioenergy crops? Mapping and assessing potential land-use conflicts among renewable energy technologies in eastern Ontario, Canada. Applied Geography 56(1): 209-221

  • Fast S, Mabee WE, Blair MJ 2015. Changing cultural and economic values of wind energy landscapes. Canadian Geographer 59(2): 181-193

  • Fast S, Mabee WE 2015. Trust-building and place-making: A proposed typology of policy influence on host community responses to wind farm. Energy Policy 81: 27-37

  • Lam PS, Lam PY, Sokhansanj S, Lim JC, Bi XT, Stephen JD, Pribowo A, Mabee WE 2015. Steam explosion of oil palm residues for the production of durable pellets. Applied Energy 141: 160-166

2014

  • Calvert K, Luciani P, Mabee WE 2014. Thematic land cover map assimilation and synthesis: the case of estimating biomass supply in eastern Ontario, Canada. International Journal of GIS 28(2): 274-295

  • Kelly B, Keeler B, Helm G, Krantzberg G, Lyon T, Mabee WE 2015. Energy as a driver of change in the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence River Basin. Journal of Great Lakes Research 41(S1): 59-68

  • Stephen JD, Mabee WE, Saddler JN 2014. The ability of cellulosic ethanol to compete for feedstock and investment with other forest bioenergy options. Industrial Biotechnology 10(2): 115-125

  • Oldford A, Filion YR, Mabee WE 2014. Impact of geographic location of water conservation on energy and water use savings in a water distribution system. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management (in press)

  • Lam PY, Lim CJ, Sokhansanj S, Lam PS, Stephen JD, Pribowo A, Mabee WE 2014. Leaching characteristics of inorganic constituents from oil palm residues by water. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 53: 11822-11827

  • Zhang L, Xu C, Champagne P, Mabee WE 2014. Biological and thermo-chemical processes for energy and product recovery from sludges: A review. Waste Management & Research 32(7): 586-600

2013

  • Blair MJ, Calvert K, Manion N, Earley S, Mabee WE 2013. Linking analyses of material flow and markets to inform Canadian forest biorefinery development. The Journal of Science and Technology for Forest Products and Processes (J-FOR) 3(5):6-15

  • Moore S, Durant V, Mabee WE 2013. Determining appropriate feed-in tariff rates to promote biomass-to-electricity generation in Eastern Ontario, Canada. Energy Policy 63: 607-613

  • Mabee WE 2013. Progress in the Canadian biorefining sector. Biofuels 4(4): 437-452

  • Mirck J, Mabee WE 2013. Applying lessons from the United States in developing Canada’s forest inventory: A review. Journal of Forestry 111(1): 67-74

  • Calvert K, Pearce J, Mabee WE 2013. Toward renewable energy geo-information infrastructures: Applications of GIScience and remote sensing that can build institutional capacity. Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews 18: 416-429

  • Stephen JD, Mabee WE, Saddler JN. 2013. Lignocellulosic ethanol production from woody biomass: The impact of facility siting on competitiveness. Energy Policy 59: 329-340

2012

  • Stephen JD, Mabee WE, Saddler JN 2012. Will second-generation ethanol be able to compete with first-generation ethanol? Opportunities for cost reduction. Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining 6(2): 159-176

  • Mabee WE, Mannion J, Carpenter T 2012. A comparison of feed-in tariff policy in Germany and Ontario. Energy Policy 40(1): 480-489

2011

  • Chandra RP, Au-Yeung K, Chanis C, Roos AA, Mabee WE, Chung PA, Ghatora S, Saddler JN 2011. The influence of pretreatment and enzyme loading on the effectiveness of batch and fed-batch hydrolysis of corn stover. Biotechnology Progress 27(1):77-85

  • Mabee WE, McFarlane P, Saddler JN 2011. Biomass availability for lignocellulosic ethanol production. Biomass & Bioenergy 35(11): 4519-4529

  • Mabee WE, Mirck J 2011. Regional production and distribution of renewable energy. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 101(4): 897-906

  • Mabee WE, Mirck J, Chandra RP 2011. Energy from forest biomass in Ontario: Getting beyond the promise. Forestry Chronicle 87(1): 61-70

  • McKechnie J, Colombo J, Chen J, Mabee WE, MacLean HL 2011. Forest bioenergy or forest carbon? Assessing trade-offs in greenhouse gas mitigation with wood-based fuels. Environmental Science & Technology 45(2): 789-795

2010

  • Stephen JD, Mabee WE, Saddler JN 2010. Biomass logistics as a determinant of second-generation biofuel facility scale, location and technology selection. Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining 4(5): 503-518

  • Bacovsky D, Mabee WE, Wörgetter M 2010. How close are second-generation biofuels? Biofuels, Bioproducts & Biorefining 4(3): 249-252

  • Ackom EK, Mabee WE, Saddler JN 2010. Industrial sustainability of competing wood energy options in Canada. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 162(8): 2259-2272

  • Mabee WE, Saddler JN 2010. Bioethanol from lignocellulosics: Status and perspectives in Canada. Bioresource Technology 101(13): 4806-4813

  • Sims REH, Mabee WE, Saddler JN, Taylor M 2010. An overview of second generation biofuel technologies. Bioresource Technology 101(6):1570-1580

  • Zhang Y, McKechnie J, Cormier D, Lyng R, Mabee WE, Ogino A, MacLean HL 2010. Life cycle emissions and cost of producing electricity from coal, natural gas, and wood pellets in Ontario, Canada. Environmental Science and Technology 44(1): 538-544

2009

  • Chandra RP, Ewanick SM, Chung PA, Au-Yeung K, Del Rio L, Mabee WE, Saddler JN 2009. Comparison of methods to assess the enzyme accessibility and hydrolysis of pretreated lignocellulosic substrates. Biotechnology Letters 31(8):1217-1222

2007

  • Chandra RP, Bura R, Mabee WE, Berlin A, Pan X, Saddler JN 2007. Substrate pretreatment: The key to effective enzymatic hydrolysis of lignocellulosics? Advances in Biochemical Engineering/Biotechnology 108:67-93

  • Mabee WE 2007. Policy options to support bioethanol production. Advances in Biochemical Engineering/Biotechnology 108:329-357

  • Saddler JN, Mabee WE 2007. Choosing biorefining platforms for the commercialisation of the biomass-to-ethanol process. Biomass & Bioenergy 31(4): I-V

2006

  • Fraser EDG, Dougill AJ, Mabee WE, Reed MS, McAlpine P 2006. Bottom up and top down: Analysis of participatory processes for sustainability indicator identification as a pathway to community empowerment and sustainable environmental management. Journal of Environmental Management 78:114-127

  • Mabee WE, Saddler JN 2006. The potential of bioconversion to produce fuels and chemicals. Pulp and Paper Canada 107(6):34-37

  • Thony P, Mabee WE, Kozak R, Bull GQ 2006. A characterization of the British Columbia log home and timber frame manufacturing sector. Forestry Chronicle 82(1):77-83

  • Tu M, Zhang X, Kurabi A, Gilkes N, Mabee WE, Saddler JN 2006. Immobilization of β-glucosidase on Eupergit C for lignocellulose hydrolysis. Biotechnology Letters 28(3):151-156

2005

  • Fraser EDG, Mabee WE, Figge F 2005. A framework for assessing the vulnerability of food systems to future shocks. Futures 37(6):465-479

  • Pan X, Arato C, Gilkes N, Gregg DJ, Mabee WE, Pye K, Xiao Z, Zhang X, Saddler JN 2005. Biorefining of softwoods using ethanol organosolv pulping. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 90(4):473-481

2004

  • Fraser EDG, Mabee WE 2004. Researching the Secure City: looking to build a preliminary framework. Canadian Journal of Urban Research 13(1) Supplement: 89-99

  • Mabee WE, Fraser EDG, Slaymaker O 2004. Ecosystem management in the context of BC resource planning. BC Journal of Ecosystems and Management 4(1):31-41

Before 2004

  • Fraser EDG, Mabee WE, Slaymaker O 2003. Mutual dependence, mutual vulnerability: The reflexive relation between human society and the environment. Global Environmental Change 13(2):137-144

  • Mabee WE, Roy DN 2003. Modeling the role of papermill sludge in the organic carbon cycle of paper products. Environmental Reviews 11:1-16

  • Fraser EDG, Mabee WE 2002. Summit: Vague Answers to Well-Known Problems. Nature 418: 817

  • Bull GQ, Nilsson S, Williams J, Rametsteiner E, Hammett T, Mabee WE 2001. Wood procurement policy: An analysis of critical issues and stakeholders. Forestry Chronicle 77(2):325-340

  • Mabee WE, Roy DN 1999. Novel nonwood fiber sources to offset forest degradation and contribute to environmental preservation. Journal of the Indian Chemical Society 76:707-712

  • Lohrasebi H, Mabee WE, Roy DN 1999. Chemistry of Kraft pulping of compression wood in Black spruce. Journal of Wood Chemistry and Technology 19(1-2):13-25

  • Mabee, W.E. 1998. The importance of recovered fibres in global fibre supply. Unasylva 49(193): 31-36

 

Published Refereed Conference Proceedings (* indicates presenter)

  • M. COLLOTTA*, P. Champagne, W. Mabee, G. Tomasoni, L. Busi, M. Alberti and G. B. Leite (2016) Comparative LCA of flocculation for the harvesting of microalgae for biofuels production. The 24th CIRP Conference LCE. 8-10th March 2017, Kamakura, Japan

  • M. COLLOTTA*, P. Champagne, W. Mabee, F. Romagnoli, G. Tomasoni, L. Busi and M. Alberti (2016) Comparative LCA of three alternative technologies for lipid extraction in biodiesel from microalgae production. Conference of Environmental and Climate Technologies (CONECT). October 12-14, Riga, Latvia

  • M. COLLOTTA*, P. Champagne, W. Mabee, G. Tomasoni, L. Busi, M. Alberti and G. B. Leite (2015) Environmental Assessment of Co-location Alternatives for a Microalgae Cultivation Plant: A Case Study in the City of Kingston. Conference of Environmental and Climate Technologies (CONECT). October 14-16, Riga, Latvia

  • M. COLLOTTA*, P. Champagne, W. Mabee, G. Tomasoni and M. Alberti (2014) Life Cycle Assessment of an Integrated Microbial Biofuel Process Using Municipal Wastewater and Flue Gas CO2. 5th International Symposium on Energy from Biomass & Waste. November 17-20, Venice, Italy

  • Mabee WE*, Fraser EDG, McFarlane PN, Saddler JN 2006. Canadian biomass reserves for biorefining. Proceedings of the 27 th Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals, Denver, USA, 1-4 May 2005. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 129:22-40

  • Mabee WE*, Gregg DJ, Gilkes N, Mirochnik O, Bura R, Pan X, Berlin A, Saddler JN 2006. Progress in developing a softwood-to-ethanol process. Proceedings of the 27 th Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals, Denver, USA, 1-4 May 2005. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 129:55-70

  • Mabee WE, Saddler JN* 2006. Biorefining opportunities: Commercialization of the biomass-to-ethanol process. Proceedings of Renewable Energy 2006, Makuhari Messe, Chiba, Japan, 11 October 2006

  • Mabee WE, Saddler JN* 2006. The biorefinery concept: Progress in the development of the biomass-to-ethanol process. Proceedings of the Inter-COE international Symposium on Energy Systems, Miraikan - Tokyo, Japan, 6 October 2006

  • Mabee WE, Saddler JN* 2005. Developing a biorefining strategy for the forest products industry in Canada. Proceedings of the 14th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition: Biomass for Energy, Industry and Climate Protection, Paris, France, 17-21 October 2005

  • Mabee WE, Gregg DJ, Saddler JN* 2005. Progress in the pretreatment and hydrolysis steps of lignocellulosic-to-ethanol processes. WREC2005: Innovation in Europe. Proceedings of the World Renewable Energy Congress, Aberdeen, Scotland, 22-27 May 2005

  • Mabee WE*, Gregg DJ, Saddler JN 2005. Assessing the emerging biorefinery sector in Canada. Proceedings of the 26 th Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals, Chattenooga, USA, 9-12 May 2004. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 121-24:765-778

  • Mabee WE*, Gregg DJ, Saddler JN 2004. Current state of fuel ethanol commercialization. Proceedings of the 25 th Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals, Denver, USA, 1-4 May 2005. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology 113-16:1213-1214

  • Mabee WE*, Cruickshank W, Saddler JN 2004. Progress in the commercialization of lignocellulosics-to-ethanol. 21COE – The 2nd International Symposium on Sustainable Energy Systems, Kyoto, Japan, 17-18 December 2004

  • Mabee WE, Berlin A, Pan X, Gilkes N, Gregg DJ, Kurabi A, Bura R, Tu M, Lau S, Xie D, Kilburn D, Saddler JN*2004. Progress in pretreatment and hydrolysis steps of lignocellulose-to-ethanol processes. 9th International Conference on Biotechnology in the Pulp and Paper Industry, Durban, South Africa, 10-14 October 2004

  • Jungmeier G*, Könighofer K, Varela M, Lago C, Kristensen NB, Dallmutzen J, Odgard T, Karaoglanoglou L, de Lange T, Swets A, van den Heuvel E, Host S, Poitrait E, Rathbauer J, Bolter I, Mabee WE, Saddler JN, Segeborg-Fick A 2004. Environmental and economic performance of transportation biofuels in Europe. 2nd World Conference and Technology Exhibition on Biomass for Energy, Industry and Climate Protection, Rome, Italy, 10-14 May 2004

  • Mabee WE, Gregg DJ, Saddler JN* 2004. Progress in the commercialization of lignocellulosics-to-ethanol. 2nd World Conference and Technology Exhibition on Biomass for Energy, Industry and Climate Protection, Rome, Italy, 10-14 May 2004

  • Mabee WE*, Gregg DJ, Saddler JN 2003. Ethanol from lignocellulosics: Barriers to commercialization. 25th Symposium on Biotechnology for Fuels and Chemicals, Special Topics Session B - International Bioenergy Agency Bioethanol Meeting: Current State of Fuel Ethanol Commercialization, Breckenridge, Colorado, USA, 5 May 2003

  • Mabee WE*, Fraser EDG 2002. The human face of ecosystem management. Towards Adaptive Conflict Resolution: Lessons from Canada and Chile, Vancouver, BC, 25-27 September 2002

  • Elliot C*, Stead J, Bull GQ, Mabee WE, Auld G, Hewitt J 2002. A vision for forests in the 21st Century. Forest Leadership Forum, Atlanta, GA, 25-27 April 2002

  • Mabee WE*, Fraser EDG 2002. Tools for evaluating environmental threats to human well-being. Environment and Security Conference, Liu Centre for the Study of Global Issues, University of British Columbia, Vancouver. 11-12 April 2002

  • Axworthy L*, Bull GQ, Fraser EDG, Mabee WE 2001. The concept of environmental security. Wilton Park Conference on Environmental Security and Conflict, Wilton Park, UK, 1-3 March 2001

  • Mabee WE*, Goel K, Roy DN 2000. Global implications of papermill sludge disposal practices. 86th Annual Meeting of the Pulp and Paper Technical Association of Canada, Montreal, Quebec, 1-3 February 2000

 

Books and Monographs

  • Davidson SL, Linton J, Mabee WE (eds.) 2015. Water as a social opportunity. Kingston, Canada: McGill-Queen’s Press

  • Malo LD, Mabee WE 2014. Macedonia and the emerging bioeconomy. Crossroads – The Macedonian Foreign Policy Journal 4(1):55-64

  • Mabee WE, Fraser EDG (eds.) 2002. Conference Proceeding for The Environment and Security Conference. The Liu Centre for the Study of Global Issues, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada,11-12 April 2002

 

Chapters in Books

  • Collotta M, Champagne P, Mabee WE, Tomasoni G, Alberti M 2018. Life cycle assessment of the production of biodiesel from microalgae. In Life cycle assessment in the energy system and sustainable technologies sector: Italian experiences. New York and Rome: Springer (in press)

  • Calvert K, Birch K, Mabee WE 2017. New perspectives on an ancient energy resource: Biomass, bioenergy and emerging bio-economies. In Routledge Energy Geographies Companion. New York: Taylor & Francis Group pp. 47-60

  • Aguilar F, Abt K, Glavonjic B, Lopatin E, Mabee WE 2016. Wood energy. In UNECE/FAO Forest Products Annual Market Review, 2015-16. New York and Geneva: United Nations pp. 89-102

  • Mabee WE, Cabral L, Roy DN. 2016. Wood: chemicals. In Reference Module in Materials Science and Materials Engineering, Elsevier Inc., doi:10.1016/B978-0-12-803581-8.02212-8

  • Mabee WE, Taylor AR, Malo LD 2016. Trends in government incentives for biofuels. In The Law and Policy of Biofuels. Le Bouthillier Y, Cowie A, Martin P, McLeod-Kilmurray H (eds.). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing pp. 339-358

  • Aguilar F, Glavonjic B, Hartkamp R, Mabee WE, Skog KE 2015. Wood energy. In UNECE/FAO Forest Products Annual Market Review, 2014-2015. New York and Geneva: United Nations pp. 81-92

  • Aguilar F, Hartkamp R, Mabee WE, Glavonjic B 2014. Wood energy markets, 2013-2014. In UNECE/FAO Forest Products Annual Market Review, 2013-2014. New York and Geneva: United Nations pp. 87-97

  • Aguilar F, Mabee WE 2014. Wood: A renewable source of energy. In Wood Energy in Developed Economies: Resource Management, Economics and Policy. Aguilar F (ed.). London and New York: Routledge pp. 1-31

  • MacCallum AM, Napier L, Holmes J, Mabee WE 2014. Renewable energy, sustainable jobs: The case of the Kingston, Ontario region. In Work in a Warming World. Lipsig-Mumme C, McBride S (eds.). Kingston: McGill-Queen’s Press (in press)

  • Taylor AR, Malo LD, Mabee WE 2014. Trends in government incentives for biofuels. In The Law and Policy of Biofuels. Le Bouthillier Y, Cowie A, Martin P, McLeod-Kilmurray H (eds.). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing (in press)

  • Aguilar F, Hartkamp R, Mabee WE, Glavonjic B 2013. Wood energy markets, 2012-2013. In UNECE/FAO Forest Products Annual Market Review, 2012-2013. New York and Geneva: United Nations pp. 79-88

  • Klenk NL, Mabee WE, Gong Y, Bull GQ 2012. Deforestation, forest management and governance. In Encylopedia of Life Sciences. Clark A (ed.). John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. www.els.net. 13 pp.

  • Aguilar F, Hartkamp R, Mabee WE, Skog K 2012. Wood energy markets, 2011-2012. In UNECE/FAO Forest Products Annual Market Review, 2011-2012. New York and Geneva: United Nations pp. 95-106

  • Mabee WE 2012. Policy options to support biorefineries. In Integrated biorefineries: Design, Analysis and Optimization. Stuart P, El-Halwagi M (eds.). New York, NY: Taylor and Francis pp. 731-751

  • Aguilar F, Gaston C, Hartkamp R, Mabee WE, Skog K 2011. Wood energy markets, 2010-2011. In UNECE/FAO Forest Products Annual Market Review, 2010-2011. New York and Geneva: United Nations pp. 85-97

  • Olsson O, Hillring B, Hartkamp R, Skog K, Spelter H, Aguilar F, Mabee WE, Gaston C, Wahl A 2010. Government policies increasing promote renewable energy sources: Wood energy markets, 2009-2010. In UNECE/FAO Forest Products Annual Market Review, 2009-2010. New York and Geneva: United Nations pp. 99-112

  • Hartkamp R, Hillring B, Mabee WE, Olsson O, Skog K, Spelter H, Vinterbäck J, Wahl A 2009. Continued growth expected for wood energy despite turbulence of the economic crisis: Wood energy markets, 2008-2009. In UNECE/FAO Forest Products Annual Market Review, 2008-2009. New York and Geneva: United Nations pp. 97-109.

  • Mabee WE 2008. Alternative Energy Development in China: Bioenergy and Biofuels. In Economic Transitions with Chinese Characteristics: Thirty Years of Reform and Opening Up. Sweetman A, Zhang J (eds.). Kingston, Canada: School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University pp. 199-212.

  • Hillring B, Olsson O, Gaston C, Mabee WE, Skog K, Spelter H, Stern T 2008. Record fossil-fuel prices drive wood-energy markets: Wood-energy markets in the UNECE region, 2007-2008. In UNECE/FAO Forest Products Annual Market Review, 2007-2008. New York and Geneva: United Nations pp. 95-106.

  • Mabee WE, Saddler JN 2006. Renewable based fuels for transport. In Risø Energy Report 5: Renewable Energy for Power and Transport. Copenhagen, Denmark: Risø-R-1557(EN), pp. 47-50.

  • Mabee WE, Roy DN 2001. Wood: chemicals. In Encyclopedia of Materials: Science and Technology (Second Edition). Elsevier Science Ltd., pp. 9606-9608.

 

Technical Reports

  • Mabee WE, Prouzet E 2017. Role of advanced materials in Canada’s transition to a low-carbon economy. Commissioned by Ruth Stephen, Natural Resources Canada, May 2017, 46 pp.

  • Mabee WE 2014. Trottier Energy Futures Project Working Paper: Biomass feedstocks. Commissioned by Mara Kerry, David Suzuki Foundation, May 2014. 29 pp.

  • Mabee WE 2014. Trottier Energy Futures Project Working Paper: Biofuels. Commissioned by Mara Kerry, David Suzuki Foundation, March 2014. 22 pp.

  • Mabee WE 2014. Literature Review: Environmental evaluation frameworks for electricity generation. Commissioned by Anne-Marie Chapman, Environment Canada, March 2014. 26 pp.

  • Calvert K, Stephen JD, Mabee WE, Saddler JN 2013. A GIS-based approach to identifying opportunities for forest-based bioenergy production in a diverse region. ForValueNet NSERC Strategic Network Research Note.

  • Stephen JD, Calvert K, Mabee WE, Saddler JN 2013. Improving the economic performance of lignocellulosic ethanol production from forest feedstock. ForValueNet NSERC Strategic Network, Research Note No. 14.

  • Ackom EK, Mabee WE, Saddler JN 2010. Backgrounder: Major environmental criteria of biofuel sustainability. IEA Task 39 Report T39-PR4. 39pp. + 7pp.

  • Mabee WE 2010. Next generation business model for the forest biorefinery. Commissioned by Catherine Kerr, Natural Resources Canada (NRCan), March 2010. 43 pp.

  • Bacovsky D, Barclay J, Bockey D, Dornelles R, Edye L, Foust T, Grabowski P, Kujanpää L, de Lang D, Larsen P, Mabee WE, Mäkinen T, McMillan J, Munack A, Murphy J, Øyaas K, Pelkmans L, Pouet J-C, Prior BA, Saez, R, Saka S, Samejima M, Sandquist J, Sidwell T, Werling K, Wrobel A, van Zyl WH 2009. Update on implementation agendas 2009. Edited by: Mabee WE, Neeft J, van Keulen B. IEA Task 39 Report T39-P5, 75 pp.+

  • Sims REH, Taylor M, Saddler JN, Mabee WE 2008. From 1 st - to 2 nd -Generation Biofuel Technologies: An overview of current industry and RD&D activities. Commissioned by the International Energy Agency, Paris, France: 124 pp.

  • Mabee WE, Saddler JN 2008. Potential impacts of bioenergy policy. IEA Task 39 Report T39-P3, 24 pp.+

  • Mabee WE 2008. Sustainability relevance and impacts: case studies through IEA Bioenergy Task 39. IEA Task 39 Report T39-P3a, 63 pp.

  • Mabee WE, Saddler JN 2007. Forests and energy in OECD countries. Commissioned for the Special Meeting on Forests and Energy, November 2007. 50 pp.

  • Mabee WE 2007. Towards a bioenergy sector strategy. Commissioned by Genome BC, May 2007. 13 pp.

  • Mabee WE, J.N. Saddler 2007. 2 nd -generation biofuels. Commissioned by the International Energy Agency, April 2007. 47 pp.

  • Mabee WE 2006. Transformative technologies for the forest sector: Bioenergy production in Canada. Commissioned by the Canadian Forest Innovation Council (CFIC), March 2006. 22 pp.

  • Dowlatabadi H, Bazylewich M, Boyd D, Boyle M, Elias A, Fraser EDG, Harkin Z, Kandlikar M, Krzyzanowski J, Mabee WE, MacDonald J, Mazzi E, Pacheco R, Rivers N, Roberts K, Robinson J, Russell R, Shepherd P, Van Wynsberghe R 2003. A Sustainable Climate Policy. Commissioned by the Honourable David Anderson, Minister of the Environment, Government of Canada, January 2003. 18 pp.

  • Axworthy L, Mabee WE, Fraser EDG 2003. Backgrounder on Circumpolar Issues. Commissioned by the Right Honourable Adrienne Clarkson, Governor General of Canada, July 2003. 5 pp.

  • Mabee WE, Fraser EDG 2002. Policy Recommendations Towards the Ratification of the Kyoto Protocol: The Canadian Arctic as a Case Study. Commissioned by the Prime Minister’s Office, October 2002. 5 pp.

  • Fraser EDG, Mabee WE 2002. Recommendations for the World Summit on Sustainable Development. Commissioned by the Honourable David Anderson, Minister of the Environment, Government of Canada, May 2002. 5 pp.

  • Bull GQ, Mabee WE, Scharpenberg R 1998. Global Fibre Supply Model. Rome, Italy: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, 1998. 71 pp., 2 App.

  • Bull GQ, Scharpenberg R, Mabee WE 1998. The FAO Global Fibre Supply Study -Assumptions, Methods, Models and Definitions. Working paper Series GFSS/WP/01. Rome, Italy: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, January 1998. 32 pp., 2 App.

  • Mabee WE, Pande H 1998. Recovered and Non-wood Fibre: Effects of Alternative Fibres on Global Fibre Supply. Global Fibre Supply Study Working Paper Series GFSS/WP/04. Rome, Italy: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, January 1998. 26 pp.

 

Abstracts and Notes

  • M. COLLOTTA, W. Mabee, G. Tomasoni, M. Alberti and P. Champagne (2016) Critical assessment of alternatives solutions for a microalgae-to-biodiesel industrial production process 66th Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference. Oct 16-19, Quebec City, Quebec (Session Chair)

  • M. COLLOTTA, P. Champagne, W. Mabee, L. Busi, M. Alberti and G. Tomasoni (2015) Environmental, economic and social impact factors in Canada’s biofuel sector: a review analysis. Advanced Biofuels Symposium (ABS) BioFuelNet. July 6-8. Vancouver, BC

  • M. COLLOTTA, P. Champagne, W. Mabee, G. Tomasoni and M. Alberti (2016) Technologies for Harvesting Microalgae for Biodiesel Production: A Comparative LCA Analysis Life Cycle Assessment and Other Assessment Tools for Waste Management and Resource Optimization Conference, June 5-10, Cetraro, Italy.

  • M. COLLOTTA, W. Mabee, G. Tomasoni, M. Alberti and P. Champagne (2015) Demonstrating the Benefits of Using Waste CO2 and Wastewater for Microalgal Biodiesel Production Through LCA Assessment 65th Canadian Chemical Engineering Conference. Oct 4-7, Calgary, Alberta (Session Chair)

  • M. COLLOTTA, P. Champagne, W. Mabee, M. Alberti and G. Tomasoni (2015) Biofuels and Heavy Industry: Maximizing Environmental Benefits Associated with Cement Production by Adding Microalgae Cultivation to Support Biofuels. Advanced Biofuels Symposium (ABS) BioFuelNet. July 22-24. Montreal, Quebec

  • M. COLLOTTA, P. Champagne, W. Mabee, M. Alberti and G. Tomasoni (2015) The Benefits Of Wastewater and Waste CO2 Use In Biodiesel Production From Microalgae: A LCA Analysis. 12th Annual World Congress on Industrial Biotechnology. July 19-22. Montreal, Quebec

  • M. COLLOTTA, P. Champagne, W. Mabee, M. Alberti and G. Tomasoni (2015) The Environmental And Economic Benefits Of Industrial Symbiosis Between A Cement Manufacturing Plant And The Production of Biofuel from a Microalgal Processing Facility. EUBCE

  • M. COLLOTTA, R. Lee, A. Ramos, P. Jessop, W. Mabee and P. Champagne (2015) Environmental And Economic Performance Analysis of Three Techniques for Breaking Microalgae Cell Wall in the Biodiesel Production Process 249th ACS National Meeting March 22-26. Denver, Colorado

  • Mabee WE 2014. Affordable feedstocks for biorefineries (editorial). Biofuels, Bioproducts & Biorefining 8(4):456-457

  • Mabee WE, Carpenter T 2012. Response to Weitzel on our paper “Comparing the feed-in tariff incentives for renewable electricity in Ontario and Germany” by Mabee, Mannion and Carpenter. Energy Policy 44(5): 487-488