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Bioenergy for sustainable development in india-environmental and social aspects

Seema Keshari
Department of Zoology, R.L.S.Y. College, Ranchi , Ranchi University, Ranchi
Received : 25th June, 2016; Revised : 20th August, 2016

Abstract : The agricultural sector in our country is dominated by subsistence farming with very low investment levels and yields. The development of modern bioenergy systems offers opportunities for investment and infrastructure improvements in agriculture with the promise to diversify agricultural production and thus to stimulate socio-economic development.In order to avoid potential negative environmental and socio-economic impacts, effective mechanisms to ensure sustainability need to be put in place. Several countries are currently engaged in the formulation of policies and development plans to guide the development and ensure the sustainability of the bioenergy sector.

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