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Environment - Energy and environmental technology
International workshop: Sugar cane, a multidimensional agenda for the XXI Century
FAO activities in the field of energy focus on the agricultural sector as producer and consumer of energy. The sugar cane sector is able to integrate energy and environmental and agriculture aspects. Topics addressed at this workshop included: alcohol production, the Kyoto Protocol and the co-generation and sale of electricity.
Spanish: http://www.fao.org/sd/SPdirect/EGre0047.htm

Environment - Energy and environmental technology
A system approach to biogas technology
The rate of installation of family-size biogas plants in Nepal has shown unprecedented growth in the past, and the trend is expected to continue. Increasingly, people are more involved with the use of biogas, either as users, technicians, extension workers, researchers, trainers, supervisors or investors. One of the main components of the project described here, "Support for the Development of Nat... more
English: http://www.fao.org/sd/EGdirect/EGre0022.htm

Environment - Energy and environmental technology
Abstract: Anaerobic digestion of agroindustrial byproducts and wastes
Anaerobic digestion can contribute substantial solutions both in energy generation as well as in environmentally sound byproduct recovery and waste treatment. Due to its integrative potential, in the long run it could become a key technology acting as a precursor for sustainable development. Until now, however, only a few applications of anaerobic digestion of organic waste reclamation in agricult... more
English: http://www.fao.org/sd/EGdirect/EGre0015.htm

Environment - Energy and environmental technology
Biogas technology: A training manual for extension
The rate of installation of family-size biogas plants in Nepal has shown unprecedented growth in the past, and this trend is expected to continue. Increasingly, people are more involved with the use of biogas, either as users, technicians, extension workers, researchers, trainers, supervisors or investors. One of the main components of the project "Support for the Development of National Biogas Pr... more
English: http://www.fao.org/sd/EGdirect/EGre0021.htm

   


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