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Towards sustainable bioenergy guidelines

Year: 2018
A two-phased stepwise programme, “Bioeconomy that Works for People, Food Security and Climate Change”, was established to assist member countries in developing sustainable bioeconomy in a systematic and targeted way. This project is the second phase, which is based on [...]

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 [...]

Lessons Learned on the Sustainability and Replicability of Integrated Food-Energy Systems in Ghana and Mozambique: Analysis of case studies

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 [...]

Regional analysis of the nationally determined contributions of Eastern Africa

Year: 2017
Building on FAO’s global study of the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) in the agriculture sectors, the Climate and Environment Division (CBC) is developing a series of regional-level analyses of the NDCs to identify the current commitments, gaps and opportunities for [...]

FAO's BEFS Approach - At a glance

Year: 2017
FAO’s Bioenergy and Food Security (BEFS) Approach was developed to support countries in designing appropriate bioenergy policies for sustainable development. It consists of tools and guidance to support countries through the main stages of the bioenergy policy development and implementation process. This [...]

Adoption of climate technologies in the agrifood sector. Methodology

Year: 2017
The food production and supply chain consumes about 30 percent of total end-use energy globally, and contributes to over 20 percent of total annual greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions (excluding emissions or sinks from land use change). A growing worldwide population, [...]

Bioenergy and Food Security Assessment for Turkey Sustainable Bioenergy Options from Crop and Livestock Residues

Year: 2017
This report was developed under the FAO EBRD project on bioenergy with the aim is to support decision-making related to bioenergy investment in countries of operations of the EBRD. Turkey, a country of operation, has a large agriculture sector, the [...]

BEFS assessment for Egypt: sustainable bioenergy options from crop and livestock residues

Year: 2017
This report was developed under the FAO EBRD project on bioenergy with the aim is to support decision-making related to bioenergy investment in countries of operations of the EBRD. Egypt, a country of operation, has a large agriculture sector, the [...]

How2Guide for Bioenergy

Year: 2017
This How2Guide for Bioenergy is designed to provide stakeholders from government, industry, and other bioenergy-related institutions with the methodology and tools required to successfully plan and implement a roadmap for bioenergy at the national or regional level. As a guide [...]

Morocco: Monitoring adoption of key sustainable climate technologies in the agrifood sector

Year: 2016
Introduction Climate change plays an increasingly important role in the international debate on food security. While the key concern is on how climate change can impact world food security: how to meet the food needs of a world population reaching [...]
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