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05 December, 2017

Promoting Sustainable Investment In Egypt's Food Security
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17 November, 2017

Conférence sur l’ « Innovation et technologie: un moteur de croissance pour le secteur oléicole tunisien »
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06 April, 2017

Agricultural co-operatives in the Mediterranean
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01 February, 2016

Amélioration de la filière oléicole tunisienne et marocaine
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FAO-EBRD assessment: converting agricultural residues into bioenergy

Countries striving to meet their growing energy needs while also lowering greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) are increasingly turning to renewables – such as hydro, wind and solar power – to reduce their dependence on fossil fuels. 

One promising option, often overlooked by policy-makers, is to convert unused agricultural residues into bioenergy for heating, cooking and electricity. Nutshells, maize cobs, sunflower heads, and livestock manure are examples of agricultural residues.

Sustainable bioenergy options from crop and livestock residues, a new assessment by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), explores this potential in three countries – Egypt, Turkey and Ukraine.

FAO-EBRD assessment: converting agricultural residues into bioenergy

FAO

Facilitating information and knowledge exchange on agricultural investment in the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean region

MedAgri is a platform devoted to information exchange on best agricultural investment practices for international finance institutions, private banks, international development organizations, governments and other institutions involved in agricultural investment in the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean (SEMED) region.

تسهيل تبادل المعلومات والمعارف على الزراعة والصناعات الزراعية في المناطق الجنوبية والشرقية منطقة البحر الأبيض المتوسط

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For Eastern Europe, Central Asia and the Caucasus