Agriculture and the Circular Economy

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Changing climates force farmers to adapt to new patterns of precipitation, new temperatures, new pests and other new problems. Adaptation for many farmers will mean doing more with less. Changing the way we view waste, and what we do with it, can make farms more financially sustainable and resilient to change. Farmers can take part in the circular economy by turning waste into tools, fertilizer, fuel and electricity.

Learning Objectives


Biodigesters

Learn how to put human and animal waste to use.

Clean cooking

See findings from original research into a low-cost stove insert.

Case study

Discover the value that a torrefaction plant can bring to a village.

Energy

Explore products that convert waste into useable energy.

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