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Year: 2009
Is population growth the elephant in the (development) room? Some commentators assert it is the most pertinent development issue the world faces, but one which policy makers – for fear of impinging ‘human rights’ – are unwilling to address
Year: 2009
e-net is a magazine for the dissemination of information on decentralised and renewable energy technologies, implemented using a community based approach
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Year: 2009
BEES is a non-profit web-based collaborative dedicated to the procuring and sharing of information on the best technology and practices available for energy, including wood, diesel, propane, micro-hydro, solar and wind, as well as technological solutions for managing potable, grey and black water in remote mountain locations
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Year: 2009
There is very signifcant cost-effective greenhouse gas (GHG) mitigation potential in agriculture
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Year: 2009
Facilitating carbon sequestration in terrestrial ecosystems could provide a signifcant amount of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) abatement, which is necessary to limit global temperature increases to only 2 degrees Celsius in the next century until more permanent mitigation strategies are instituted
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Year: 2008
A new initiative has been organized to develop sustainable energy, water and waste technologies in off-grid mountainous regions of Canada
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Year: 2008
The March 2008 issue of the e-net magazine focuses on appropriate financial mechanisms and financing practices for practical implementation
Year: 2008
The July 2008 issue of the e-net magazine focuses on emerging technologies in the renewable energy sector for community based initiatives
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Year: 2008
In rural mountain societies, if women are to become empowered, they need to be freed from routine drudgery that takes away a good part of their day
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