A professionally layouted brochure which sums up the results and includes a DVD with related film clips, pictures, pdfs.
Guidelines for farmers, project developers, investors and "intermediaries" including a list with the most important practical things that need to be done and avoided (dos and don'ts)
Land use management standards: A description of the conflict between growing trees on agricultural fields and food production with a focus on African case studies
CDM specifics: Outlines the characteristics of countries which may host the so called "CDM projects" with regard to short rotation forestry (traditionally these countries are developing countries)
Profitability analysis: A synopsis of differences between developing and industrialized countries together with case studies on different business models. Sheds light also on the economic importance of annual crops in agroforestry systems.
A document on short rotation forestry and CO2 reduction via CDM projects.
a report on cooking stoves (relevance of the efficiency of small cooking stoves based on wood fuel.)
Large public events
Beijing (China), May 2010. Majour topic: Difficulties in the current framework of rules and standards to establish an project.
Barolo, Northern Italy (near Torino), June 2011: Three day workshop including a one day field trip on the laboratories and fields of Projektpartner New Clones. Conference topic: Short rotation forestry and Agroforestry: an exchange of experience between CDM countries and Europe.
A virtual public workshop on CDM issues in Short Rotation Forestry in November 2010: A live internet based workshop held with participants worldwide via internet. Participation e. g. of staff of the World Bank. Special guest was Dr. Galinski from the UNFCCC and Dr. Kulkarni, an Indian CDM project developer.
An event in Budapest hosted in the FAO office. Topic: How to participate in modern information networks on agriculture and renewable energy. Participation in particular by Indian and Chinese guests.