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Adaptation, Deployment and Use of the Modern Bio fuel/Bio Power Technologies: A Case Study of Zimbabwe
(African Energy Policy Research Network, 2001-10)
Bagasse Energy Cogeneration in Zimbabwe: The Technology, Possible Improvements and Setting the Right Environment
Zimbabwe has suffered electrical power shortages resulting in electrical energy imports rising to between 30% and 50% of total energy needs. Electricity generation capacity has stagnated at around 2000 Megawatts (MW) since ...
Green manufacturing/Cleaner Production in Zimbabwe: Learning from Japanese Experiences
This paper discusses environmental issues in Africa and deals with the situation in Zimbabwe in more detail. Most people in Sub Saharan Africa live in the rural areas and make a living from agriculture and forest resources. ...
Benchmarking Using Environmental Performance Indicators: The Japanese Experience
(Zimbabwe Institution of Engineers, 2003)
The creation of wealth through engineering poses many environmental challenges for mankind. Problems of acid rain, smog, diseases related to the use of hazardous substances in both industrialised and industrialising countries ...
Driver Friendly Interactive Interface: Designing Conversational Interface and Driver Condition Monitoring System.
(Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Technology., 2002)
Transformation of small-scale artisanal gold mining in Zimbabwe through investment in appropriate technology and promoting the concept of sustainable development: The possibility of industrial small-scale mining
Artisanal gold mining is slowly adopting technology formally used in medium to large size mines and developing it into innovative, specialized equipment tailored to conditions pertaining to remote locations in Zimbabwe. ...