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Integra(ng bioenergy produc(on in
tropical forest landscape management
of densely populated developing
countries
Promode	K...
ensely	populated	tropical	forests	in	developing	countries	–	rur
riculture	based	economies,	energy	deficient,	low	capacity	t...
energy	largest	renewable	source	–	10%	of	world’s	primary	energy	supp
	roadmap	–	3	bn	t/yr	biomass	needed	by	2050,	1	bn	fro...
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Integrating bioenergy production in tropical forest landscape management of densely populated developing countries

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Presentation by Promode Kant of the Institute of Green Economy, India at the Nature and Landscapes Pavilion at the Global Landscapes Forum 2015

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Integrating bioenergy production in tropical forest landscape management of densely populated developing countries

  1. 1. Integra(ng bioenergy produc(on in tropical forest landscape management of densely populated developing countries Promode Kant Ins.tute of Green Economy, India IUFRO delegate
  2. 2. ensely populated tropical forests in developing countries – rur riculture based economies, energy deficient, low capacity to p gh unemployment, limited skill development, rest management oFen confined to harves.ng, some.mes an.ng; overgrazing; regenera.on a problem in heavily used rests eavy infesta.on of alien species – lantana, Prosopis juliflora, et rge areas of low rainfall and of infer.le soils ecurring forest fires was.ng available energy aste disposal in habita.ons serious problem, accumula.on of aste water in both ci.es and villages dapta.on finance can change these challenges into new pportuni.es
  3. 3. energy largest renewable source – 10% of world’s primary energy supp roadmap – 3 bn t/yr biomass needed by 2050, 1 bn from residues/ wa t from 100 mha land (2% of agri land) lulosic ethanol cri.cal for bioenergy growth, s.ll not commercially viab ht to moderate fuel collec.on from tropical forests not always harmful ke forests less vulnerable to fires, reduces compe..on for desirable ecies nning in planta.ons a good source of wood for bioenergy ergy from heavy harves.ng of invasive species, ergy from Tree Based Oilseeds only useful for .ny popula.ons, should clusively by-product, do not to convert forests to bioenergy feedstock ecies like Agave and Opun.a for arid lands of low produc.vity aste water for energy planta.ons aFer first level cleaning ater hyacinth in water bodies for biogas genera.on 6-12-2015 Global Landscpe Forum 2015, @IUFRO
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