Projects

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Bush Control and Biomass Utilisation Project

  Background Bush encroachment is a main factor of land degradation in Namibia. Through the excessive growth of local bush species at the expense of grasses, biodiversity decreases, groundwater recharge is limited and, importantly, agricultural productivity declines. Public and private stakeholders in Namibia cooperate in the implementation of a national Bush Control and Biomass Utilisation ... Read more

Visit: www.dasnamibia.org
Show more Posted by: Mr Johannes Laufs

CONSERVATION OF GREATER AMANZULE WETLANDS

Hen Mpoano is collaborating with the US Forest Service International Programs to conserve the Greater Amanzule wetlands. In the local Nzema dialect, Amanzule means water for communities. The wetlands comprise vast mangrove forests, coastal lagoons, estuaries and peat swamp forests that support critical biodiversity, traditional livelihoods and the local fishing economy in the Western region ... Read more

Visit: http://henmpoano.org/coastal-wetlands/
Show more Posted by: Alex Owusu Amoakoh

BiomassWeb – Improving food security in Africa through increased system productivity of biomass-based value webs

Given the increasing global demand for food, feed, industrial raw material and energy crops, BiomassWeb aims at contributing to food security in Sub-Saharan Africa through harnessing productivity and efficiency gains in the whole biomass-producing, processing and trading system. This will be achieved by an increased integration of all value web components and the cascading utilization ... Read more

Visit: www.biomassweb.org
Show more Posted by: Jelana Vajen

Bonn Climate Project; the case for hydrogen

Due to the drastic climate change and its already perceptable consequences which cascade over us daily somewhere in the world, large-scale climate protection combined with development work, is urgently-needed and must start immediately, in many poor countries, which are plagued by world peacethreatening extreme heat, drought, waterd shortage, crop failure, diseases, warfare. For almost all ... Read more

Visit: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/320009260_White_Paper_BONN_CLIMATE_PROJECT_-_the_case_for_hydrogen
Show more Posted by: Civil Engineer / Dipl. Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technician Heinz J. Sturm

STAREC DRC & ICEPS CTC – Agricultur Development Project with Energy Production and -supply for DRC and Angola as border Country

The century’s great defiance: climate catastrophes and refugees The Situation Due to the drastic climate change and its already perceptable consequences which cascade over us daily somewhere in the world, large-scale climate protection combined with infrastructure development work, is urgently-needed and must start immediately, especilally in manifold poor developing and least developed countries, which are ... Read more

Visit: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/317098420_Project_Description_Bonn_Climate_Project_AngolaEgypt
Show more Posted by: Civil Engineer / Dipl. Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technician Heinz J. Sturm

Bonn Climate Project; Clean Energy for Infrastructure measures in Developing Countries

International Joint Research and Development Project, with integrated education and professional Training for developing and emerging countries

Visit: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/289373038_Bonn_Climate_Project_Clean_Energy_for_infrastructure_measures_in_developing_Countries
Show more Posted by: Civil Engineer / Dipl. Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technician Heinz J. Sturm

BiomassWeb – Improving food security in Africa through increased system productivity of biomass-based value webs (WP 5.1)

Commonly, post-harvest technology is performed in a one-dimensional chain approach. Most value adding steps in those processing chains are performed in agro-industry. By-products along the processing chain are mostly seen as waste and dumped, which causes environmental problems. However, in a web-approach all parts of a crop can be used, increasing resource use efficiency and ... Read more

Visit: http://biomassweb.org/
Show more Posted by: Kiatkamjon Intani