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Stakeholder roadmaps as a tool to drive supply chain for aviation biofuels

Stakeholder Roadmaps as a Tool to Drive Supply Chain for Aviation Biofuels

May 2013

Best practices


Lesson from wind energy altamont pass and unintended consequences

Lesson From Wind Energy:Altamont Pass and Unintended Consequences

Aviation put the thinking before the doing vis-a-visbiofuels


Regional approaches are best not one size for all

Regional Approaches are BestNot One Size for All


Why create a roadmap

Why create a roadmap?

Road map process

Higher chance of success

Roadmap kick-off

All view-points

Dialog

Thought-ful action

Favorable ground-work

  • Roadmap aligns stakeholders and defines next steps


Roadmap benefits

Roadmap Benefits

Aligned stakeholders

  • Shared vision from those in/near supply chain

  • Identify most promising opportunities to limit pursuits down rabbit holes

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Informed community

  • Media involvement to inform public

  • Report can be used by stakeholders to promote

  • “Drop-in” presentation content

  • Stand-alone website with report for 2+ years

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Localized action plan

  • Identify and address issues of local concern

  • Understanding of local politics and tactical execution plan

  • Above outcomes create a positive environment for biofuel development


Roadmap participation

Roadmap participation

Responsibilities

  • Paid organizer, meeting facilitator and primary report editor

  • 1 organization

Facilitator

Steering Committee

  • Lead organizations who invest time and money. Responsible for project success

  • 4-8 organizations

Stakeholders

  • Larger set of stakeholders & participants

  • Participation fee (with limited exceptions)

  • 20-50 organizations

Interested Community

  • Broader public, policy makers and business community

  • Not present at working sessions, but follow briefings and announcements

  • Roadmap will be a major time commitment for Steering Committee members


Flightpath to aviation biofuels in brazil stakeholders

Flightpath to Aviation Biofuels in BrazilStakeholders


Vignette us pacific northwest roadmap

Vignette: US Pacific Northwest Roadmap

Participation

Activities

Results

  • More than 50 diverse stakeholders

  • Facilitated by non-profit Climate Solutions

  • Open and honest dialog over 16 months

  • Aligned stakeholders

  • Consensus report published at www.safnw.com

  • Alaska Airlines biofuel flights

  • $80M in federal grants for local universities

  • WA state biofuels legislation and support for federal action

  • PNW a focus region for scale up

RSB

  • Roadmap was catalyst for regional action


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