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FAO/UNEP/UN-Energy Bioenergy Decision Support Tool -
MODULE 8: Impacts
Table 3: Expected relevance of socio-economic guiding questions for different biomass sources and scales
or markets (*** = highest relevance)
Main
feedstock
source
Scale/
market
Land
tenure and
displacement
risk
Income
generation
and equity
Employment
and labour
conditions
Increased
energy
availability
and access
Economics Governance
Agricultural
sources
Dedicated
agro-energy
crops
Large-scale/
export
***
***
***
**
**
***
Improved or
increased
use of
co-products
Lariable
*
**
*
**
**
*
Wastes and
residues
Small-scale/
domestic
*
*
*
**
**
*
Woody
sources
Dedicated
forest
plantation
Large-scale/
export
***
***
***
**
**
***
Extraction
from native
forests
Small-scale/
domestic
*
**
**
**
*
*
Wastes and
residues
Small-scale/
domestic
*
**
**
**
*
*
Mixed
sources
Small-scale/
domestic
*
*
*
**
**
*
NOTE: feedstock sources and scales/markets are examples rather than an exhaustive list
Land tenure and displacement risk
QUESTIONS AND SUB-QUESTIONS
REFERENCES
LAND TENURE AND DISPLACEMENT RISK
Does bioenergy production comply with national/local land use
plans?
Do secure and uncontested legal titles to land exist? Is there secure
customary tenure? Individual or collective?
FAO. 2008. Methodological guidelines for Participatory
Land Delimitation: an innovative method for securing
rights acquired through customary and other forms of
occupation.
• Are there specifc communities/groups/individuals (such as
indigenous communities and women) that cannot own and/or inherit
land and/or cannot have access to it, due to either statutory or
customary laws?
Will local communities be informed about the planned/proposed
land use change?
FAO. 2009. Compulsory Acquisition of Land and
Compensation