Publications

Publications récentes

Sustainable management of Miombo woodlands – Food security, nutrition and wood energy 
The Miombo woodland is a vast African dryland forest ecosystem covering close to 2.7 million km2 across southern Africa. The woodlands are characterized by the dominance of Brachystegia species, either alone or in association with Julbernardia and Isoberlinia species. It is estimated that the woodlands – through their numerous goods and services which include various non-wood forest products and woodfuels sustain the livelihoods of more than 100 million rural poor and 50 million urban people. [more]

 

 

The charcoal transition: greening the charcoal value chain to mitigate climate change and improve local livelihoodsThe overall objective of the publication is to provide data and information to allow for informed decision-making on the contribution sustainable charcoal production and consumption can make to climate change mitigation. More specifically, the publication aims to answer the following questions: - What are the climate change impacts of the current practices on charcoal production and consumption worldwide and across regions? - What is the potential of sustainable charcoal production in GHG emission reductions and how such potential can be achieved? - What are the key barriers to sustainable charcoal production and what actions are required to develop a climate-smart charcoal sector? [more]

 

La transition du secteur du charbon de bois: synthèse


 

 

 

 

Incentives to promote sustainable wood energy in sub-Saharan Africa: policy brief
Woodfuel contributes to more than half of energy consumption in 22 countries of sub-Saharan Africa, and over two-thirds of the households in Africa use wood as their main fuel for cooking, heating and water boiling. While its use is expected to further increase due to population growth and urbanization, there is hardly any systematic approach to developing a sustainable wood energy sector in the region. Absence of effective policies governing wood fuel production, trade, conversion, and consumption and the resultant indiscriminate and inefficient wood fuel collection and use contributes to continued deforestation and forest degradation. [more]

 

Infographie: fêret et énergie
Les forêts sont une source d’énergie naturelle et une ressource essentielle pour satisfaire la demande d’énergie renouvelable de la planète.

 

 

 

Forestry for a low-carbon future - Integrating forests and wood products in climate change strategies
Following the introduction, Chapter 2 provides an overview of mitigation in the forest sector, addressing the handling of forests under UNFCCC. Chapters 3 to 5 focus on forest-based mitigation options – afforestation, reforestation, REDD+ and forest management – and Chapters 6 and 7 focus on wood-product based options – wood energy and green building and furnishing. The publication describes these activities in the context of UNFCCC rules, assessing their mitigation potential and economic attractiveness as well as opportunities and challenges for implementation. Chapter 8 discusses the different considerations involved in choosing the right mix of options as well as some of the instruments and means for implementation. Chapter 8 also highlights the co-benefits generated by forest-based mitigation and emphasizes that economic assessment of mitigation options needs to take these benefits into account. The concluding chapter assesses national commitments under UNFCCC involving forest mitigation and summarizes the challenges and opportunities [more]

Managing forests in displacement settings
The massive increase in demand for woodfuel for cooking caused by sudden influxes of refugees and other displaced people is usually the main driver of forest degradation and deforestation in displacement settings. It places enormous pressure on nearby forests and woodlands and is often a source of tension between the host and displaced communities. A lack of sufficient cooking fuel also has an impact on the nutrition and health of vulnerable people in such settings. This document aims to contribute on a sustainable forest management in displacement settings for building resilience and laying the basis for long-term solutions. In particular, well-planned forestry interventions can ensure a sustainable supply of woodfuel, timber and non-wood forest products for those communities, thereby helping ensure their well-being [more]

 

Using Prosopis as an energy source for refugees and host communities in Djibouti, and controlling its rapid spread
FAO, in collaboration with Djibouti’s Ministry of Agriculture, Water, Fishery, Livestock and Marine Resources and Ministry of Housing, Urban Planning and Environment, and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, conducted the study presented in this report to assess the use of Prosopis woody biomass as a source of energy and options for increasing the efficiency of woodfuel supply chains. The study used socio-economic data collected through interviews, focus-group discussions, a desk review and a field visit, and a remote sensing analysis of Prosopis distribution, combined with field data, in four areas of interest in Djibouti: Douda, As Eyla, Tadjourah, and Hanlé.



Cost-benefit analysis of forestry intervetions for supplying woodfuel in a refugee situation in the United Republic of Tanzania
This report presents a cost–benefit analysis of three forestry interventions aimed at producing a sustainable supply of woodfuel and reducing land degradation and deforestation in the vicinity of three refugee camps (Mtendeli, Nduta and Nyarugusu) in the Kigoma region, United Republic of Tanzania. The proposed forestry interventions are: forest rehabilitation; wood-energy plantations; and agroforestry [more]

 



Assessing woodfuel supply and demand in displacement settings - A technical handbook
This manual presents a methodology for assessing woodfuel supply and demand at the level of the displacement camp through the collection of primary data in the field and remote sensing analysis. The methodology uses a multi-sectoral approach to assess the energy-related needs and challenges of people in both displaced and host communities. The first part of the manual presents the methodology for assessing demand for woodfuel, which is structured around four sequential steps. Each step provides guidance and tools for collecting data and information, based on the specific targeted area and population. The second part of the manual describes the methodology for assessing the woodfuel supply of the targeted area, based on a combination of field measurements and temporal change analysis of very high resolution satellite imagery for the different land cover classes that provide woody biomass. [more]

 Meeting fuel and energy needs in protracted crises
This note focuses on the topic of access to fuel and energy in protracted crises, and the possible solutions using the SAFE approach, illustrated by case studies from FAO's interventions in protracted crisis situations. Access to fuel and energy – vital for food security – is often highly constrained in protracted crises. The risks posed by limited access to fuel and energy are multiple and diverse depending on the context, including malnutrition, environmental degradation, a high work burden for women, gender-based violence (GBV) and unsustainable livelihood activities. [more]

 


Rapid woodfuel assessment - 2017 baseline for Bidi Bidi refugee settlement, Uganda
Uganda is host to more than 1 million refugees who have fled famine, conflict and insecurity in the neighbouring countries of Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and South Sudan. The recent influx of refugees from South Sudan prompted one of Uganda’s most severe humanitarian emergencies and led to the establishment of the Bidibidi settlement in Yumbe District in August 2016. The Bidibidi refugee settlement is now the largest refugee-hosting area in the world with 272 206 refugees. It has increased pressure on the environment due to tree felling for settlement establishment and to meet ongoing household demand for woodfuel for cooking and heating. [more]

 


 Évaluations en matière de dendroénergie

Méthodologies
WISDOM pour les villes (2009) 
Cartographie globale intégrée de l’offre et de la demande en combustibles ligneux (WISDOM) (2006) 
Guide pour les enquêtes sur la demande, l'offre et l'approvisionnement en combustibles ligneux (2002)

Études

Offre et demande de combustibles ligneux (géoréférencées)
WISDOM POUR LES VILLES - Plateforme WISDOM pour Bangui
Diagnostic et cartographie du territoire et de la société pour le bois Énergie (2009)

Offre de combustibles ligneux
Disponibilités de bois de feu dans les pays en développement (1983) 


Définitions et qualité des données

Terminologie
Terminologie harmonisée en matière d'énergie ligneuse - UWET (2001)

Études basées sur des données comparées
Informations sur l’énergie ligneuse en Afrique Examen par pays et comparaison avec l’étude régionale réalisée par le WETT (2001)


Technologies

Production de charbon de bois
Techniques simples de carbonisation (1983)


La dendroénergie et les politiques 

La dendroénergie et la politique forestière
Commission des forêts et de la faune sauvage pour l'Afrique: Forêts et énergie perspectives régionales: Possibilités et défis pour les forêts et la foresterie (2008)
Commission Européenne des Forêts: Semaine européenne des forêts - Les forêts et l'énergie (2008)
FAO Comité des Forêts: Forêts et énergie: Nouveaux enjeux de la gestion durable des forêts  (2007)
Commission Européenne des Forêts: Approche intersectorielle des problèmes du secteur forestier: Dendroénergie, implications du protocole de Kyoto et coopération sur les incendies de forêt (2006)

Développement durable
Étude FAO Forêts 154: Les forêts et l’énergie (2008)

Énergie renouvelable
Étude FAO Forêts 154: Les forêts et l’énergie (2008) 


Autres

Actes des ateliers
Atelier régional sur l'information en bois-énergie (2001)

Unasylva et la dendroénergie
Unasylva 211 - La Dendroénergie (2002)
Unasylva 33 vol II - Le bois source d'énergie - Édition spéciale 2 (1981)
Unasylva 33 vol I - Le bois source d'énergie (1981)
Unasylva 29 - Du bois a brûler (1977)

Notes:
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dernière mise à jour:  mardi 10 juillet 2018