Cleaning up: Green Reports from 2009

As the title indicated, I am trying to clean up my blog drafts to prepare for 2010 influx (I’m sure there are plenty of outlook reports coming up by January).

Most of the reports in this post are from Frost & Sullivan although there are some other interesting studies from Freedonia, Pike Research, McKinsey and even from Organic Monitor for updates on the organic cosmetic and personal care market.

I hope these will be useful to you!

Transportation:

Biofuels an Important Step in Achieving a Greener Aviation Industry

Southeast Asian Bioethanol Market Stimulated by the need to reduce reliance on Petrochemicals

2010 Will Be a Pivotal Year for Electric Vehicles

Study: Global biofuels reduce GHGs by 123.5 million tonnes

The Ethanol Challenge for the United States



Energy:


Cogeneration Fires Up North American Power Industry

Europe is the Largest Waste to Energy Market in the World, but Delays and Recession Threaten Primacy

New Analysis Projects Asia Pacific Fuel Cell Market at $1.9 Billion in 2015



Materials and Chemicals:


Green Factor Enables Positive Momentum for Biodegradable Plastics Market,

Green Buildings Continue Impressive Growth



Global demand for bioplastics to reach 900,000 metric tons in 2013

The North American and Western European Biopesticides Markets Will Grow Strong Thanks to Chemical-free Crops

Green Propylene Production Technology, Plant Cost & Supply/Demand Market



Carbon Market:


New Report: The Global Carbon Market 2009

Low Carbon Fuels Could Disrupt Oil Market Within Five Years

Climate Change Concerns Drive the Air Pollution Control Market in South Africa



Marketing:


All Green Consumers are not created Equal

Most consumers sticking with organic options in down economy

Healthy Sales Growth Continues for the European Market for Natural Cosmetics





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