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24 April 2013
Organisation: World Wide Fund for nature (WWF)

Small-scale farmers and productivity

Presented as part of the seminar: South at the Steering Wheel – Improving sustainability in land investment for bioenergy in sub-Saharan Africa

29th May 2012, 08:00 – 17:30

Naturvårdsverket (Swedish EPA), Stockholm, Sweden

Speaker: Peter Roberntz, WWF

Peter Roberntz focused on small-scale farmers and land productivity in relation to bioenergy land investment. Issues of interest to be discussed are;

  • African farmers as a resource, incl traditional knowledge
  • The need of village land use maps & tenure
  • Support, also financial, and capacity building of African farmers
  • Empowering, e.g. establishment of farmers associations
  • Identification and up scaling of successful models, e.g. integrated models such as Agro-Forestry, out-grower models etc. What works where?
  • Support market access
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South at the Steering Wheel

The goal of the day is to use a number of presentations in the morning on related topics to develop a common base in the formation of guidelines for an informed update on crucial topics for...

29 May 2012
Stockholm, Sweden