Bioenergy and Food Security

 

Bioenergy
and Food Security

The BEFS Analysis for Tanzania

Edited by: Irini Maltsoglou and Yasmeen Khwaja

FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
BIOENERGY AND FOOD SECURITY PROJECT
ROMA 2010



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Table of Content

Foreword - 806 kb
Acknowledgements

The Befs Analysis in Tanzania: a Summary

1. INTRODUCTION - 199 kb

2. AGRICULTURE, BIOENERGY AND FOOD SECURITY: USING BEFS TO GUIDE AGRICULTURAL CHANGE - 265 kb

3. BIOENERGY IN TANZANIA: THE COUNTRY CONTEXT - 289 kb

4. BIOMASS POTENTIAL - 5.605 kb

5. TECHNICAL AND ECONOMIC VIABILITY OF BIOFUEL PRODUCTION CHAINS - 265 kb

6. AGRICULTURE MARKETS OUTLOOK - 297 kb

7. ECONOMY WIDE EFFECTS OF BIOENERGY DEVELOPMENTS - 299 kb

8. HOUSEHOLD LEVEL FOOD SECURITY AND VULNERABILITY - 383 kb

9. USING BEFS TO INFORM POLICY - 264 kb

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