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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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03 05 2021 Jobs and social stability for the youth in Niger

The Niger network of AgriProFocus started in 2009. The the following hot issues were identified: strengthening farmer organisations, value chain  development, market access, food sovereignty,…

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13 01 2021 Biomass breakthrough at Coega

Felled alien trees will feed multinational's job-intensive project to produce green fuel and recapture lost water supplies. It ’s all systems go at the Coega…

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27 11 2020 Biomass beneficiation has huge potential for South Africa

In an exclusive interview in Afrika's Power Journal ESI Africa, Emiel Hanekamp shares his insights on the new Coega Biomass Centre and the biomass opportunities…

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