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Farmer’s Adaptation to Global Warming in Punjab
(The University of Bergen, 2011-05-16)
The global warming discourse has mainly focused on how to prevent global warming by trying to pin-point which countries should take most of the responsibility to stop or reduce the possible effects of global warming. We ...
Biofuel and food security: insights from a system dynamics model. The case of Ghana
(The University of Bergen, 2014-06-02)
Abstract Empirical evidence from research points to biofuel as a possible substitute to conventional fossil fuel-gasoline and diesel. Some countries USA and many in Europe are working towards mandates and legislations ...
Impact of peak oil and food based biofuel production on long-term food security. A dynamic policy model
(The University of Bergen, 2008-06-10)
It would, for the sake of food security, be rational to start an agricultural transition to a system less dependant on fossil fuels in good time before a possible energy crisis. It therefore seems a paradox that policy ...
Competition between biofuel and food? The case of a jatropha biodiesel project and its effects on food security in the affected communities in Northern Ghana
(The University of Bergen, 2010-05-18)
Biofuels have become an issue of much concern to policy makers, national governments and the international agencies amid discussions on climate change. Debates and discussions about the implications of biofuels are underpinned ...