This report provides a view on 2 China–UK Sustainable Agriculture Innovation Network (SAIN) proposals. It looks at where the proposals fit within the current discussions on innovative energy technology that may benefit developing countries and the potential costs/benefits including low carbon
benefits. The proposals are:
Integrating biogas into circular agriculture: tools, analysis and policy implications; and
Life cycle assessment of biochar production systems based on pyrolysis and
This resource was produced by TI-UP – a DFID-funded resource centre for
technology, infrastructure and urban planning, managed by IMC Worldwide
Gunning, R.; Mestre, J.; Yin, K. Bio-char and biogas research - applicability to developing countries. Research report, 29 January 2010. TI-UP Resource Centre, London, UK (2010) 23 pp.