Folleto de la FAO sobre diversificación 5 ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES
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Wood-energy supply/demand scenarios
in the context of poverty mapping

A WISDOM case study in Southeast
Asia for the years 2000 and 2015

Rudi Drigo


FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome, 2007

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Part I (292 KB)

Foreword
Abstract
Acknowledgements
Acronyms and abbreviations
Summary

Part II (397 KB)

1. INTRODUCTION

1.1 Wood energy and poverty
1.2 Study rationale
2. METHODOLOGY
2.1 Woodfuel Integrated Supply/Demand Overview
      Mapping (WISDOM)
2.2 Methodology of Phase 1: 2000 baseline
2.3 Methodology of Phase 2: 2015 scenarios
Part III (329 KB)

3. RESULTS (THEMATIC MAPS)
3.1 Results of Phase 1: 2000 Baseline
3.2 Results of Phase 2: 2015 scenarios
Part IV (329 KB)

4. ANALYSIS OF RESULTS
4.1 Situation in 2000
4.2 Wood energy scenarios in 2015
5. CONCLUSIONS
5.1 Contribution to policy formulation
5.2 A new dimension in the process of mapping
      extreme poverty
5.3 Data quality and analytical constraints
6. FOLLOW-UP RECOMMENDATIONS
6.1 National WISDOM analyses
6.2 Improving subregional estimates and
     scenario development
REFERENCES

Part V (247 KB)

ANNEXES
1. DEFINITIONS AND CONVERSION FACTORS
2. SUPPLY MODULE. WOODY BIOMASS STOCKING,
    PRODUCTIVITY AND REFERENCES
3. PROTECTED AREAS
4. DEMAND MODULE. REFERENCES ON WOODFUEL
    CONSUMPTION
5. NUTRITIONAL STATUS INDICATORS
6. COUNTRY POPULATIONS IN 2000 CHARACTERIZED
    BY A COMBINATION OF WOOD ENERGY AND
    POVERTY-RELATED PARAMETERS
7. LAND COVER CHANGE REFERENCES
8. WOODFUEL CONSUMPTION PROJECTIONS
9. 2015 SUPPLY/DEMAND SCENARIOS