International Conference on Renewable Energy Development & Applications for a Sustainable Agriculture "RE & Agri" 02 - 03 & 04 Décembre 2014, Tunis - Tunisie

Selected bibliography

[1] Best, S., (2014). Growing Power: Exploring energy needs in smallholder agriculture. IIED, London.

[2] Solutions for Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems (2013): Report from the Thematic Group on the challenges faced by agriculture in the coming decades with possible solutions as well as policy options for the post-2015 development agenda to spur progress.

[3] Rodriguez, Diego J.; Delgado, Anna; DeLaquil, Pat; Sohns, Antonia. 2013. Thirsty energy. Water papers. Washington DC ; World Bank.

[4] Rodriguez, Diego J.; Schuring, Matthijs; Constantinou, Nansia; Goksu, Amanda; Ramirez, Danielle A. Garcia; Mimmi, Luisa. 2013. Sharing smart solutions in water. Water partnership program ; WPP. Washington DC ; World Bank.

[5] Modern Energy Services for Modern Agriculture. A Review for Smallholder Farming in Developing Countries (2011). This publication provides an overview on energy inputs required in different steps of the agricultural production chain, such as production, post-harvest and storage, processing, and commercialization. Published by GIZ-HERA – Poverty-oriented Basic Energy Services

[6] GUIDI D. 2011 “Sustainable Agriculture Enterprise: Framing Strategies to Support Smallholder Inclusive Value Chains for Rural Poverty Alleviation.” CID Research Fellow and Graduate Student Working Paper No. 53. Center for International Development at Harvard University, October 2011.

[7] WWAP (United Nations World Water Assessment Programme). 2014. The United Nations World Water Development Report 2014: Water and Energy. Paris, UNESCO.

[8] IRENA, 8.9.2014 : REthinking Energy – Towards a new power system



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