Thursday, December 30, 2010

Accessible Biofuel Literature in and on Tanzania

Sulle, Emmanuel & Nelson, Fred (2009) Biofuels, Land Access and Rural Livelihoods in Tanzania . London , UK : IIED.

Molony, Thomas & Smith, James (2010). Biofuels, food security, and Africa. African Affairs 109 (436): 489 - 498.

LARRRI & JOLIT (2008) Bio-fuel Development in Africa: Opportunities, Threats and Challenges for Rural Small-Holders in Tanzania.

ActionAid (2009). Implication of Biofuels Production on Food Security in Tanzania: Research Report

Kamanga, Khoti C. (2008). The Agrofuel Industry in Tanzania. A Critical Enquiry into Challenges and Opportunies

Von Braun, Joachim and Meinzen-Dick, Ruth (2009). “Land Grabbing” by Foreign Investors in Developing Countries: Risks and Opportunities. International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI) Policy 13 • April 2009

Taylor, Michael & Bending, Tim (2009). Increasing Commercial Pressure on Land: Building a Coordinated Response. International Land Coalition (ILC) Discussion Paper.

Land Equity Movement in Uganda , LEMU (2009). Let’s face Up to Land Grab: (1) How does Land Grabbing Happen?

Food and Agriculture Organisations of the United Nations, FAO (2010). Bioenergy and Food Security: The BESF Analysis for Tanzania – Edited by: Irini Maltsoglou and Yasmeen Khwaja.

Food and Agriculture Organisations of the United Nations (FAO), International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) & International Institute for Environment and Development, IIED (2009). Land Grab or Development Opportunity ? Agricultural Investment and International Land Deals in Africa .

Gordon-Maclean, Andrew , Laizer, James, Harrison . Paul & Shemdoe, Riziki (2008). Biofuel Industry Study , Tanzania : An Assessment of the Current Situation. A Report by Andrew Gordon-Maclean, James Laizer, Paul Harrison for the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF)

Shemdoe, Riziki S. & Mwanyoka, Iddi R. (2010). Potentials of Biofuel Production in Wealth Creation for Poverty Alleviation in Rural Tanzania : A Baseline Study. Final Draft Report Submitted to Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA).

Kweka, Opportuna (2010). Biofuel Investment in Tanzania: Lack of Participation, Unawareness and Increase Poverty in Local Communities. Progress Report Submitted to Research on Poverty Alleviation (REPOA).

Chachage, Chambi & Baha, Bernard (2010). Accumulation by Land Dispossession and Labour Devaluation: The Case of of Biofuel and Forestry Investments in Kilwa and Kilolo. Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania: Land Rights Research and Resources Institute (LARRRI/HAKIARDHI).

Songela, Francis & Mclean, Andrew (2008). Scoping Exercise (Situation Analysis) on the Biofuel Industry Within and Outside Tanzania . Energy for Sustainable Report for the WWF Tanzania Programme Office.

BioShape Tanzania Limited

Tanzania Investment Centre (TIC)

Jimwaga, Albert (2009). Biofuels: A Catastrophe for Poor Farmers in Tanzania . ActionAid Blog (19 March 2010): Jambo Tanzania – Conversations from ActionAid International Tanzania .

Lugungulo, Amri (2009). Villagers Feel Betrayed as Investors Rush to Buy Land . (Daily News 26 December 2009.

Ngotezi, Alfred (2008). Halt Biofuel Projects to Keep the Desert Away. The Citizen (27 September 2008.

Sharife, Khadija (2009). Land grabs: Africa 's new ‘resource curse’? Pambazuka News (26 November 2009).

Shivji, Issa G. (2007). Agro-fuel will only Succeed to Fuel Famines. The Citizen (15 December 2007).

Chachage, Chambi (2010). Land Acquisition and Accumulation in Tanzania: The Case of Morogoro, Iringa and Pwani Regions.Morogoro, Tanzania: Participatory Ecological Land Use Management (PELUM) Tanzania.
Dagens Nyheter/Dagens, Nyheter (2009). Swedish Aid to Save Environmentally Harmful Ethanol Project.

HabariLeo/Faraja Mgwabati (28 March 2009). Mtikisiko wa uchumi duniani waiathiri Tanzania.

Tanzania Affairs (1 May 2009). Economic Crunch Begins to Hit.

The East African (17 March 2009) Swedish firm shelves $300 million investment in Tanzania.

SEKAB BioEnergy Tanzania (2008) Environmental and Social Impact Statement of the Proposed BioEthanol Production on the former Razaba Ranch, Bagamoyo District, Tanzania: Final Report Submitted to: National Environment Management Council

Watson, Hellen (2009). Good Practice Assessment for Bioenergy Projects – Case Study: Bagamoyo (SEKAB BioEnergy), Tanzania.

WidengĂ„rd, Marie (2009) Aspects of SEKAB’s Plans for Large Scale Biofuel Production in Tanzania: Seminar Notes (May 252009)

Brazil, Tanzania in Biofuel Deal


Andreas Exner February 1, 2011 at 4:03 PM  

great - thank you a lot for this effort to put available literature on biofuel projects in tanzania together!

Emmanuel June 2, 2011 at 11:34 AM  

Thanks Chambi. This is very helpful!

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