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30 11 2021 A palaeoecological investigation of woodlands

During the 1980s and the early 1990s areas of peatland in northern Scotland have been extensively covered with non-native conifer plantations which drastically affected the…

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20 09 2021 Biomass potential in Côte d’Ivoire

Côte d’Ivoire has significant potential for utilizing agricultural residues in the cashew, cassava, cocoa, palm oil, and rubber value chains in a productive and responsible…

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15 08 2021 Seeing the Woods for the Trees

Jasmijn Sybenga performed a palaeoecological investigation of past woodlands to inform present and future woodland conservation management strategies in northern Scotland. The study 'Seeing the…

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22 02 2020 Creating jobs and value from woody biomass residues in South Africa

Partners in Business: South Africa & the Netherlands working together towards integral solutions.  Six companies - Partners for Innovation,Yilkins, Finco Fuel, African Clean Energy, Control Union and Futerra Fuels - have…

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