Bioenergy

Bioenergy is embedded in complex ways in global biomass systems for food, fodder and fi bre production and for forest products; in wastes and residue management; and in the everyday living of the developing countries’ poor. Bioenergy includes different sets of technologies for applications in various sectors.

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