Results for download
1) Best Practices
A description of practices focusing on Short Rotation Forestry in Europe
2) Profitability analysis ('business model')
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 synthesis of the essentials of short rotation forestry for project developers
4) 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
- download the interim version
5) Report on cooking stoves
An overview on the relevance of the efficiency of small cooking stoves based on wood fuel.
6) Report on charcoal production
A document on charcoal making. Charcoal is one of the main cooking fuels in many developing countries.
7) CDM specifics
A document which 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)
8) Research Agenda on Short Rotation Forestry
A document on the most pressing research issues in the sector
A report on a survey among stakeholders within the Short Rotation Forestry sector.
10) Characteristics of poplar with a focus on 'utilisation'
This paper is a translation performed by project partner HeRo of an according scientific article they had established in German.
11) Promotion poster ata IUFRO conference in November 2011
This poster was presented after the project's end and among others aims at a international online conference on Agroforestry with experience exchange between developing and developed countries.
12) Article in German on main lessons learned from Benwood
This arcticle was presented at a conference in Wieselburg, Austria, in November 2011 and then again in February 2012.
12a) Slide show in German on main lessons learned from Benwood, Agroforestry
This slide show was presented at a conference in Wieselburg, Austria, in November 2011 and then again in February 2012.
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