Bioenergy, food security and poverty reduction: trade-offs and synergies along the water-energy-food security nexus
Dawit Guta (),
Manfred Denich and
Joachim von Braun
Water International, 2015, vol. 40, issue 5-6, 772-790
This article provides a review of trade-offs and synergies of bioenergy within the water-energy-food security nexus, with emphasis on developing countries. It explores the links of bioenergy with food security, poverty reduction, environmental sustainability, health, and gender equity. It concludes that applying the nexus perspective to analyses of bioenergy widens the scope for achieving multiple-win outcomes along the above aspects.
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