The Forest Energy Forum Web site has been improved! Now
you can download faster and find more useful information including:
- Updated information on FAO projects, publications and activities, and|
- Increased number of links on bioenergy (see Box), renewable energy and climate change.
FOREST ENERGY FORUM'S GATEWAY TO BIOENERGY
· IEA Bioenergy Task 25: Greenhouse Gas Balances of Bioenergy
· IEA Bioenergy Task 27: Liquid Biofuels
· IEA Bioenergy Task 29: Socio-economic Aspects of Bioenergy
American Bioenergy Association
Bioenergy Information Network
Biomass Resource Information Clearinghouse (BRIC)
Bioenergy Mailing List Archive
Household Energy Development Organisations' Network (HEDON)
Biomass Cooking Stoves
The Wood Heat Organization Inc.
This Web site contains information on Australian
activities, newsletters and reports, and an extensive list of links to other
bioenergy-related Web sites.
The Australian Greenhouse Office has just launched a
renewable energy Web site that includes sections on biomass resources,
conversion technologies and applications. There is also a comprehensive
searchable database of the Australian renewable energy industry.
An electronic list for Interagency-Energy matters.
The Web site of the Regional Wood Energy Development Programme contains a wealth of information on wood energy issues. More than 100 publications are currently available for downloading. The on-line wood energy database at this site contains data about the 16 member countries on items such as wood energy resources, wood energy consumption, woodfuel flows, biomass technologies and socio-economic issues. This database has recently been expanded with extensive data on emissions. An off-line version of the database can also be downloaded from this site.
To make all this information also available to people
without (proper) Internet access, a CD-ROM has been produced containing the same
information as the Web site. This second CD-ROM was released in November 2000
and those interested in obtaining this CD are invited to contact the RWEDP
Take a look at the (French-language) newsletter Synergies of the CARE-Haiti Energy Project, which may be downloaded at: www.olade.org.ec/haiti/synergie/index.html. The latest edition includes an interesting article on fuel, money and CO2 savings for a range of improved cookers in use in Haiti. (Source: HEDON e-mail list.)
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