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FAO - Environment and energy paper
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Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific
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Chapter I - The new integrated approach: Justification and conceptual content
Chapter II - The framework: Methodology and design for integrated energy planning for sustainable agriculture and rural development
Chapter III - The framework: Implementation
A. Problems and constraints
B. Mechanisms for overcoming problems and constraints
Chapter IV - Guidelines for launching an integrated rural energy planning programme
Chapter V - Conclusion
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