Executed by: NIRAS-LTS partnered with Aston University, E4tech and AIGUASOL
Using soap for hand washing is extremely important to help preventing the spreading of diseases like caused by COVID-19.
Abstract. While the production of biofuels has expanded in recent years, findings in the literature on its impact on growth and development remain contradictory.
For as long as biofuels have prominently appeared in EU policy, they have been a contested energy source. Crops such as jatropha have been hailed as ‘wonder crop’, only to experience an ‘extraordinary collapse’ within a decade.
Reliance on solid-fuel cooking in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) is a large and growing problem.
The Netherlands Programme Sustainable Biomass (NPSB) was developed to gain experience in the production and certification of sustainable, based on practical experiences. The NPSB programme has run from 2008 to the end of 2013.
EVALUATING RENEWABLE ENERGY OPTIONS FOR SMALL ISLANDS USING EMERGY METHODOLOGY: A CASE STUDY OF COCONUT BIODIESEL IN THE FIJI ISLANDS
The Pacific Island Countries including the Fiji Islands are heavily dependent on imported petroleum fuels for their energy needs.
This report gives an evaluation and financial analysis of the project that was initiated by the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) and the Centre for Information, Research and Action for the Promotion of Farmers' Init
The global demand for energy, and associated services, is increasing.
Economic and Social Sustainability Performance of Jatropha Projects: Results from Field Surveys in Mozambique, Tanzania and Mali Open Primary tabs configuration options Primary tabs
This paper presents results from comprehensive field surveys of jatropha projects in Mozambique, Tanzania and Mali in 2012. The article singles out the salient economic and social impact results and derives lessons.