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NAMA STUDY FOR A SUSTAINABLE CHARCOAL VALUE CHAIN IN

NAMA STUDY FOR A SUSTAINABLE CHARCOAL VALUE CHAIN IN COTE D’IVOIRE 1 FOREWORD Charcoal is one of the main sources of domestic energy in Côte d’Ivoire. The overall share of charcoal use in the total national fuel consumption stood at 20% in 2002. In that same year it was the fuel of choice for at least 47% of the urban population. Given the

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NAMA Study for A Sustainable Charcoal Value Chain In Ghana ...

05/11/2015  NAMA Study for A Sustainable Charcoal Value Chain In Ghana . November 5, 2015. MDG Carbon jointly with the Regional Environment Project on the Management of Environmental Services and Financing for Sustainable Development have released a NAMA study, the third to focus on charcoal (following last year’s study of the sector in Uganda, and

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NAMA STUDY FOR A SUSTAINABLE CHARCOAL VALUE CHAIN IN

NAMA STUDY FOR A SUSTAINABLE CHARCOAL VALUE CHAIN IN GHANA 1 FOREWORD Charcoal is one of the main sources of domestic energy in Ghana. The national census undertaken in 2010 reveals that 80 percent of the rural population is dependent on wood fuel as their primary source of fuel, while charcoal is the primary source of fuel for more than 50

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NAMA study for a sustainable charcoal value chain in Côte ...

01/10/2014  This study aims to help Côte d’Ivoire to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the current charcoal value chain and enable the country to remove a major driver of deforestation while increasing energy security and sustainability. The Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action (NAMA) design proposed in this study also addresses cross-sectoral issues and adopts a

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NAMA Study for Sustainable Charcoal Value Chain in Côte d ...

NAMA Study for Sustainable Charcoal Value Chain in Côte d’Ivoire . Nov 5, 2015. MDG Carbon jointly with the regional environment project on the Management of Environmental Services and Financing for Sustainable Development has released a new NAMA study to help Côte d’Ivoire to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the current charcoal value chain and enable the

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UNDP Publishes Studies on Developing a Sustainable ...

31/10/2014  The second study, ‘NAMA Study for A Sustainable Charcoal Value Chain In Ghana,’ highlights the co-benefits of providing cleaner charcoal – which is produced sustainably and used more efficiently – including reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and deforestation, creating jobs and livelihoods, improving the health of end users and allowing

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UNDP Study Outlines NAMA on Sustainable Charcoal in Uganda ...

04/05/2015  The study calls for a full value chain approach to designing a nationally appropriate mitigation action (NAMA) for sustainable charcoal, and offers recommendations for the production, transportation and retail of charcoal in Uganda. Specific suggestions include US$500 million for the introduction of improved kilns between 2014 and 2030, and the

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NAMA study for a sustainable charcoal value chain in Côte ...

01/10/2014  This study aims to help Côte d’Ivoire to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the current charcoal value chain and enable the country to remove a major driver of deforestation while increasing energy security and sustainability. The Nationally Appropriate Mitigation Action (NAMA) design proposed in this study also addresses cross-sectoral issues and adopts a

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GHANA: Sustainable Charcoal Study by UNDP - Issuu

22/06/2016  This NAMA study for a Sustainable Charcoal Value Chain in Ghana is an exciting mitigation programme that can achieve both objectives. Lebogang Motlana Director UNDP Regional Service Center for ...

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NAMA on Sustainable Charcoal - ncsd.moe.gov.kh

NAMA design: certification and labelling as a basis for regulation The basis of a regulation on charcoal is a chain-of-custody certification of the charcoal sold in market to insure its sustainable origin. Certified charcoal shall be differentiated in the market through a national “sustainable charcoal” label. Certified and non-certified shall be treated differently to

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COTE D'IVOIRE: Sustainable Charcoal Study NAMA by UNDP -

22/06/2016  COTE D'IVOIRE: Sustainable Charcoal Study NAMA. Published on Jun 22, 2016. The study investigates how Côte d’Ivoire could increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the current charcoal value ...

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COTE D'IVOIRE: Sustainable Charcoal Study NAMA by UNDP -

22/06/2016  The study investigates how Côte d’Ivoire could increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the current charcoal value chain and enable the country to remove a major driver of deforestation ...

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NAMA Study Ghana final.pdf - Empowered lives Resilient ...

View NAMA Study Ghana final.pdf from MANAGEMENT STRATEGIC at De La Salle University. Empowered lives. Resilient nations. NAMA STUDY FOR A SUSTAINABLE CHARCOAL VALUE CHAIN IN GHANA United Nations

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Proceedings of National Charcoal Forum Access and ...

1 United Nations (UN) (2014b) NAMA Study for a Sustainable Charcoal Value Chain in Ghana, UNDP; Stakeholder Recommendation form National Charcoal Forum, 2017-Ghana 2 Nketiah, S.K., Asante, J. (2018). Estimating national charcoal production level in Ghana. Tropenbos Ghana . 2 1.3 Participants A total of ninety-seven (97) participants attended the national

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Sustainable Charcoal Production using Improved ...

A study on this important bioenergy resource; Exploring the Potential for Sustainable Charcoal Sector in Kenya, revealed that about 1 million people are employed in the charcoal industry with over double the number of dependents. The charcoal production value chain involves producers, transporters and charcoal vendors, who operate under a streamlined legal framework that

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Applying the ICAT Sustainable Development Methodology to ...

This study assesses greenhouse gas emission (GHG) reductions and sustainable development impacts connected to the nationally appropriate mitigation action (NAMA) on sustainable charcoal production in Mozambique. The analysis covers the results of the ex-ante assessment of the NAMA potential contribution to the achievement of Mozambique’s Nationally

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Biochar incorporation increased nitrogen and carbon ...

The synthesis of manufactured soils converts waste materials to value-added products, alleviating pressures on both waste disposal infrastructure and topsoils. For manufactured soils to be effective media for plant growth, they must retain and store plant-available nutrients, including nitrogen. In this study, biochar applications were tested for their ability to retain nitrogen in a

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NAMA on Sustainable Charcoal - ncsd.moe.gov.kh

NAMA design: certification and labelling as a basis for regulation The basis of a regulation on charcoal is a chain-of-custody certification of the charcoal sold in market to insure its sustainable origin. Certified charcoal shall be differentiated in the market through a national “sustainable charcoal” label. Certified and non-certified shall be treated differently to

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COTE D'IVOIRE: Sustainable Charcoal Study NAMA by UNDP -

22/06/2016  The study investigates how Côte d’Ivoire could increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the current charcoal value chain and enable the country to remove a major driver of deforestation ...

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NAMA Study Ghana final.pdf - Empowered lives Resilient ...

View NAMA Study Ghana final.pdf from MANAGEMENT STRATEGIC at De La Salle University. Empowered lives. Resilient nations. NAMA STUDY FOR A SUSTAINABLE CHARCOAL VALUE CHAIN IN GHANA United Nations

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Proceedings of the 2017 National Charcoal Forum

(NAMA) on Sustainable Charcoal value chain’ by Kwame Fredua of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) drew stakeholder’s attention to national strategies towards sustainable charcoal production. With identified strategies situated among existing policy frameworks, he hinted of effective inter sectoral collaboration as key to achieving sustainable charcoal

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How Kenya can transform the charcoal sector and create new ...

priate Mitigation Action (NAMA) focused on the charcoal value chain. An in-depth look at low-carbon pathways Under an ongoing project on innovation and transition pathways for climate mitigation (TRANSrisk), funded by EU Horizon 2020, research is being undertaken on the role that a more sustainable charcoal sector could play in reducing GHG

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Applying the Water-Energy-Food Nexus to the Charcoal Value ...

An improved value chain that simultaneously addresses sustainability challenges of the charcoal value chain related to water, energy, and food must necessarily include sustainable wood production, preferable in agroforestry systems. Harvesting procedures should be optimized by applying locally adapted harvesting techniques in adequate areas. The widespread utilization

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[PDF] Sustainable Business Models for Informal Charcoal ...

The sustainable business model (SBM) concept requires enterprises to integrate sustainability aspects in their planning and operations. Although 60% of the global working population make their living in the informal sector mostly in low-and middle income countries, the potential for SBMs has rarely been analyzed for this category. This study explores the SBMs of informal

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[PDF] Formalisation of charcoal value chains and ...

However, formalisation can have adverse effects for charcoal producers and traders when this hinders their capacity to access the resource or markets. In order to assess the relations between the formalisation of charcoal institutions and socio-economic outcomes for those involved, this study combines a value chain and livelihoods perspective. A review of case studies and

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Renewable eneRgy and SuStainable development

The Value of Distributed Solar PV 33 German Cost-Benefit Study of 2012 (retrospective 2008-2011) 34 NREL/LBNL Study of 2016 (retrospective 2013) 35 Synapse Study of 2015 (projection to 2050) 36 IRENA Study of 2016 (projection to 2030) 37 6. remAInIng QuestIons regArDIng sustAInAble DeveloPment ImPACts oF 100 % reneWAble energy 43 reerenFCes 50 table of

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Biochar incorporation increased nitrogen and carbon ...

The synthesis of manufactured soils converts waste materials to value-added products, alleviating pressures on both waste disposal infrastructure and topsoils. For manufactured soils to be effective media for plant growth, they must retain and store plant-available nutrients, including nitrogen. In this study, biochar applications were tested for their ability to retain nitrogen in a

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