Small Scale Bioenergy Initiatives

 

Small Scale
Bioenergy Initiatives

Brief description and preliminary
lessons on livelihood impacts from
case studies in Asia, Latin America
and Africa

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
POLICY INNOVATION SYSTEMS FOR CLEAN ENERGY SECURITY (PISCES)
ROMA 2009



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Table of Content

Executive Summary - 1,271 kb
Contents
- 125 kb

1. Introduction - 202 kb
2. Study Approach and Methodology
- 375 kb
3. Overview of Cases
- 247 kb
4. Comparison and Analysis of Cases - 155 kb
5. Summary of Preliminary Lessons and Conclusions - 127 kb
6. Recommendations for Further Work - 110 kb
7. Annexes - 832 kb - 844 kb

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