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Environment - Energy and environmental technology
International workshop: Towards tropical agriculture using less fossil energy
Brief note on the international workshop held in Havana, Cuba, 29 October-1 November 1997.
Spanish: http://www.fao.org/sd/spdirect/EGre0031.htm

Environment - Energy and environmental technology
Regional Meeting on Biomass for the Production of Energy and Food
A brief note on the meeting held in Havana, Cuba, in November 1997. The meeting offered the opportunity to discuss the challenges and opportunities of energy and food production from the resulting biomass of agricultural, forest and cattle activities.
Spanish: http://www.fao.org/sd/spdirect/EGre0032.htm

Environment - Energy and environmental technology
International Conference on Sustainable Agriculture for Food, Energy and Industry
Brief summary and Conference Programme for the International Conference on Sustainable Agriculture for Food, Energy and Industry held at the FORUM of the Federal Agricultural Research Centre in Braunschweig, Germany, 22-28 June 1997. The conference emphasized the advantages of sustainability and defined the elements and means towards its achievement.
English: http://www.fao.org/sd/EGdirect/EGre0019.htm

Environment - Energy and environmental technology
Working meeting on the use of subproducts of the sugar cane by means of gasification - environmental, power and economic aspects
Notes of the "Working meeting on the use of sub-products of the sugar cane by means of gasification - environmental, power and economic issues" held in Rome in May 1998. The purpose of the meeting was to devise approaches for Cuban and Italian institutions to developping new systems of sugar cane conversion, in economically competitive and efficient ways.
Spanish: http://www.fao.org/sd/spdirect/EGre0041.htm

Environment - Energy and environmental technology
Asia Pacific Forum on new energy technology
The Asia Pacific Forum on new energy technology for Asia Pacific was organized by the World Energy Council in Beijing, China (22-24 April 1997). The Forum discussed the future energy scenario in Asia, and particularly in China, by far the fastest growing energy market in the world.
English: http://www.fao.org/sd/EGdirect/EGre0017.htm

Environment - Energy and environmental technology
The challenge of rural energy poverty in developing countries
This article reviews "The challenge of rural energy poverty in developing countries", a joint FAO/World Energy Council publication. FAO's approach in the field of energy is aimed at assisting developing countries to meet their energy requirements in agriculture, forestry and fisheries as a means of achieving sustainable rural development.
English: http://www.fao.org/sd/EGdirect/EGre0048.htm
French: http://www.fao.org/sd/frdirect/EGre0048.htm

Environment - Energy and environmental technology
AEEMTRC-COGEN-RWEDP Institutional Cooperation
AEEMTRC, COGEN and RWEDP are all involved in biomass energy in the ASEAN region. The three organizations have complementary strengths and have agreed to cooperate in various aspects of their work. A Memorandum of Understanding formalizes their cooperation on information relating to wood and biomass energy.
English: http://www.fao.org/sd/egdirect/egre0029.htm

Environment - Energy and environmental technology
Examples of biomass energy use: Indonesia and Denmark
Many wood-processing industries simply dump their woodwaste, causing significant environmental pollution. At the same time, these same industries are purchasing oil for fuel. However, some of these industries are beginning to consider innovative approaches to meet their fuel needs and decrease levels of pollution. This paper looks at initiatives in Denmark and Indonesia.
English: http://www.fao.org/sd/egdirect/egre0028.htm

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