La production de briquettes au Mali. Disponibilité en biomasse, plan d’affaires et potentiel d’atténuation des Gaz à Effet de Serre

Year: 2020
Le projet de coopération technique RAF/3704 de la FAO a pour objectif de renforcer les capacités techniques et institutionnelles du secrétariat de l'Union Africaine (la Commission de l'Union africaine) et de ses pays membres sur la formulation, la mise en [...]

Energy in and from agriculture in the African Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) - A review

Year: 2019
The report presents a review of African Nationally Determined Contributions to the Paris Agreement through the lens of FAO’s programme on Energy-smart food for people and climate. This analysis demonstrates that African countries are concerned by the importance of sustainable [...]

Indicators to monitor and evaluate the sustainability of bioeconomy

Year: 2019
The main objective of this report is to review existing approaches for monitoring and evaluation in order to identify already available indicators, from which the authors compiled two comprehensive lists: indicators at the territorial level, including bioeconomy-relevant SDG indicators; indicators [...]

Measuring impacts and enabling investments in energy-smart agrifood chains

Year: 2019
This report summarizes the analysis and main findings from Phase 2 of the project “Investing in Sustainable Energy Technologies for the Agrifood Sector” (INVESTA), targeting to measure impacts and enable investments in energy-smart agrifood chains.

Towards sustainable bioeconomy - Lessons learned from case studies

Year: 2019
Almost fifty countries have placed the promotion of the bioeconomy on their political agendas. However, bioeconomy activities are not necessarily sustainable, and sustainability issues are not often considered in the implementation of the bioeconomy. In 2016, FAO published the study [...]

Costs and benefits of clean energy technologies in the milk, vegetable and rice value chains

Year: 2018
The report focuses on three food supply value chains, their costs, benefits and sustainability potentials were analysed together with unintended impacts at the intervention level (e.g. at farmer or food processor level). A methodological approach was developed to provide a [...]

Building resilience through Safe Access to Fuel and Energy (SAFE)

Year: 2018
This publication has presented an overview of FAO’s multidisciplinary approach to SAFE as well as the underlying principles, results and indicators that will guide the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of SAFE programmes. Great effort has been made to design a [...]

Assessing the contribution of bioeconomy to countries’ economy

Year: 2018
This study reports and analyses how different countries are measuring the contribution of bioeconomy (BE) to their overall economy or country objectives. The focus is on Argentina, Australia, Germany, Malaysia, the Netherlands, South Africa and the United States of America. [...]

The benefits and risks of solar powered irrigation - a global overview

Year: 2018
The report gives a state-of-the-art overview of policies, regulations and incentives for the sustainable use of solar-powered irrigation technologies (SPIS) around the world. SPIS offer a viable, low-tech energy solution for irrigated agriculture, providing a reliable source of energy in remote areas, contributing to [...]

Investing in sustainable energy technologies in the agrifood sector (INVESTA) - Overview

Year: 2018
The bruchure summarizes the methodological approach and the general recommendations to foster investments in energy technologies for the agrifood chain developed by the CBC INVESTA project (GCP/GLO/667/GER).
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