Gestion Durable des Forêts (GDF) Boîte à outils

Le bois-énergie

Ce module offre un aperçu des défis et des opportunités associés à la production et à l’utilisation des combustibles ligneux, ainsi que des conséquences socioéconomiques et environnementales pour les pays en développement. Il examine le rôle des approches par la chaîne de valeur en abordant les problèmes existant dans le secteur du bois-énergie, et analyse brièvement l’utilisation industrielle à grande échelle des combustibles ligneux. 

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