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Building resilience through Safe Access to Fuel and Energy (SAFE)

Year: 2018
This publication has presented an overview of FAO’s multidisciplinary approach to SAFE as well as the underlying principles, results and indicators that will guide the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of SAFE programmes. Great effort has been made to design a [...]

Assessing the contribution of bioeconomy to countries’ economy

Year: 2018
This study reports and analyses how different countries are measuring the contribution of bioeconomy (BE) to their overall economy or country objectives. The focus is on Argentina, Australia, Germany, Malaysia, the Netherlands, South Africa and the United States of America. [...]

The benefits and risks of solar powered irrigation - a global overview

Year: 2018
The report gives a state-of-the-art overview of policies, regulations and incentives for the sustainable use of solar-powered irrigation technologies (SPIS) around the world. SPIS offer a viable, low-tech energy solution for irrigated agriculture, providing a reliable source of energy in remote areas, contributing to [...]

Investing in sustainable energy technologies in the agrifood sector (INVESTA) - Overview

Year: 2018
The bruchure summarizes the methodological approach and the general recommendations to foster investments in energy technologies for the agrifood chain developed by the CBC INVESTA project (GCP/GLO/667/GER).

Costs and Benefits of Clean Energy Technologies in Tunisia’s Milk Value Chain

Year: 2018
This policy brief summarizes the policy recommendations stemming from the FAO Investing in Sustainable Energy Technologies for the Agrifood Sector (INVESTA) project. Here the focus is on how to foster investment and adoption of biogas digesters for power generattion and [...]

Costs and Benefits of Clean Energy Technologies in the Philippines' Rice Value Chain

Year: 2018
This policy brief summarizes the policy recommendations stemming from the FAO Investing in Sustainable Energy Technologies for the Agrifood Sector (INVESTA) project. Here the focus is on how to foster investment and adoption of rice husk gasification and solar-powered domestic [...]

Costs and Benefits of Clean Energy Technologies in Kenya’s Milk Value Chain

Year: 2018
This policy brief summarizes the policy recommendations stemming from the FAO Investing in Sustainable Energy Technologies for the Agrifood Sector (INVESTA) project. Here the focus is on how to foster investment and adoption of biogas digesters for power generattion, biogas [...]

Costs and Benefits of Clean Energy Technologies in Kenya’s Vegetable Value Chain

Year: 2018
This policy brief summarizes the policy recommendations stemming from the FAO Investing in Sustainable Energy Technologies for the Agrifood Sector (INVESTA) project. Here the focus is on how to foster investment and adoption of solar cold storage for tomatoes and [...]

Costs and Benefits of Clean Energy Technologies in Tanzania’s Milk Value Chain

Year: 2018
This policy brief summarizes the policy recommendations stemming from the FAO Investing in Sustainable Energy Technologies for the Agrifood Sector (INVESTA) project. Here the focus is on how to foster investment and adoption of biogas domestic milk chillers and solar [...]

Lessons Learned on the Sustainability and Replicability of Integrated Food-Energy Systems in Ghana and Mozambique: Main findings

Year: 2018
Given the global relevance of Integrated Food-Energy Systems (IFES), FAO has developed the IFES Analytical Framework; which gives guidance on how to select and assess indicators of IFES sustainability. The Analytical Framework (AF) includes a set of criteria, indicators and [...]
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