Good Practices for Solving Environmental, Administrative and Socio-Economic Barriers in the Deployment of Renewable Energy Systems
The purpose of the RENBAR project was to evaluate the principal environmental, administrative and social acceptance barriers for renewable energy technologies (RETs) and to suggest best practices for overcoming these barriers. This was accomplished by carrying out an extensive literature search and stakeholder/expert consultation in twelve countries. Grid access barriers and best practices were also examined. The two principal outputs of the project were a detailed report and a handbook of good practices.
Status of Climate Change Adaptation in Canada's Agricultural Sector
The project aimed to first draw a portrait of the provincial and territorial programs that can contribute to the adaptation of ...> Learn more
Picture of the Marketing of Specialty Food Products by Rural Enterprises
A working group on the marketing of specialty products established under the National Rural Policy 2007-2014, aims to...> Learn more