Bioenergía y seguridad alimentaria “BEFS”

 

Bioenergy and food security -

The BEFS analysis for Thailand

Mirella Salvatore
Beau Damen



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Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Rome, 2010


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CONTENTS

Foreword
Abstract
Acknowledgments
Acronyms
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Part I   [86kb]

1. INTRODUCTION

2. THAILAND CONTEXT

2.1 The energy sector
2.2 The agriculture sector
2.3 Social and environmental issues
2.4 References

3. AGRICULTURE MARKET PROJECTIONS

3.1 COSIMO methodology
3.2 Thai agricultural market projections
3.3 Conclusions
3.4 References
3.5 Appendix

4. NATURAL RESOURCE ANALYSIS: LAND

4.1 The methodology of land assessment
4.2 Results
4.3 Conclusions
4.4 References
4.5 Appendix

5. NATURAL RESOURCE ANALYSIS: WATER

5.1 The methodology of water footprints
5.2 Water footprints of ethanol production in Thailand
5.3 Water quality impacts on local water systems
5.4 Conclusions
5.5 References
5.6 Appendix

Part II   [156kb]

6. ECONOMIC COMPETITIVENESS

6.1 The methodology
6.2 Results
6.3 Conclusions
6.4 References
6.5 Appendix

7. CLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION

7.1 The methodology
7.2 Results
7.3 Conclusions
7.4 References
7.5 Appendix

8. SOCIO-ECONOMIC ASPECTS

8.1 The methodology
8.2 Results
8.3 Conclusions
8.4 References


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