Making Integrated Food-Energy Systems Work for People and Climate

ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT WORKING PAPER 45


Making Integrated
Food-Energy
Systems Work for
People and Climate
An Overview

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Rome, 2010


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Table of contents


Foreword   [981kb]
Acknowledgements
Executive Summary

Part I   [365kb]

1. INTRODUCTION
2. WHAT ARE IFES?
3. IFES IN DEVELOPED COUNTRIES

Part II   [911kb]

4. IFES IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
5. BARRIERS TO IFES IMPLEMENTATION
6. POSSIBLE WAYS TO OVERCOME BARRIERS
7. CONCLUDING REMARKS AND POSSIBLE WAYS FORWARD
8. REFERENCES


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