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Record number 444611
Title Taking the law to the people : mobilizing community ownership for legal reed harvesting in Ukraine : experiences with Ukrainian legislation and stakeholder consultations for commercial reed harvesting in rural communities
Author(s) Poppens, R.P.; Rii, O.; Kraisvitnii, P.
Source Wageningen : Wageningen UR - Food & Biobased Research - 34
Department(s) FBR BP Biorefinery & Sustainable Value Chains
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2013
Keyword(s) phragmites - biomassa productie - wetgeving - grondeigendom - vergunningen - certificering - oekraïne - biobased economy - Nederland - biomass production - legislation - land ownership - permits - certification - ukraine - Netherlands
Categories Bioenergy
Abstract This report is an account of experiences of a Ukraine based company, Phytofuels Investments, operating in the framework of the Pellets for Power project. As one of five project partners, Phytofuels’ tasks included the development of sustainable reed production methods. Two aspects of this endeavor are zoomed in on in this report: reed legislation and engagement with authorities issuing permits on the one hand and engagements with local reed owning communities on the other. Both aspects are strongly interlinked and cover two sets of requirements in the NTA 8080, i.e. compliance with national legislation and performing stakeholder consultations.
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