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LATEST PUBLICATIONS

 

AGRICULTURAL RESIDUES AS FUEL IN THE THIRD WORLD. TECHNICAL REPORT NO. 4.

Geoffrey Barnard and Lars Kristoferson.

A comprehensive review of the role agricultural residues can and do play in rural communities in the Third World. (To be reviewed in the next Boiling Point) 100 pp approx. 1985 (Earthscan) 10.00

APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGY JOURNAL : BIOMASS ISSUE.

The September 1985 issue (Vol. 12 No. 2) 34 pp. examines agricultural residues, steam, briquetting and biogas and provides a resource list on Biomass. 2.25.

THE AT READER : THE THEORY AND PRACTICE IN APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGY

Marilyn Carr

Introduction by Frances Stewart

The AT Reader brings together a wealth of material, from the unpublished reports of development agencies and research institutions to articles from specialist journals. It explains the origins of the idea, the history and development and demonstrates its practical application (and mix-application) in a wide variety of contexts - from recycling to crop processing, from biomass to the generation and transfer of technologies. 488 pp. Illus. 1985. ISBN O 946688 10 9. 9.95

MODERN STOVES FOR ALL (2nd edition) W. Micuta

A fully revised new edition of this practical survey of low-cost stoves for use in the Third World.

96 pp. Illus. 1985 (IT Pubs./Bellerive). ISBN 0 946688 81 8. 5.95

GUIDELINES FOR THE MONITORING OF PILOT STOVE DEVELOPMENT SCHEMES INTERIM VERSION

S. Joseph with M. Howes.

These Guidelines are for use by stove development organisations in the field and provide a range of tools for monitoring and case studies of how monitoring will be carried out in practice field reaction to this interim version will be incorporated in a final version to be produced in 18 months. ( To be reviewed in the next Boiling Point) 170 pp. 1985. (FAO). (NB. - This publication is not available through IT Publications).

WOMEN TAKING HOLD OF TECHNOLOGY.

A collection of newsletters produced by the International Women's Tribune Centre, on women and technology. Includes information on specific technologies, details of resource organizations in the AT field and listings of where to find relevant publications for further information on the topics discussed.

40 pp. Illus. 1984 (International Women's Tribune Centre) 6.95

FORTHCOMING

CHARCOAL-MAKING IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES. TECHNICAL REPORT NO. 5

Gerald Foley.

100 pp. approx. Due Jan. 1986 (Earthscan) 10.00

THE STOVE PROJECT MANUAL: PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION

S. Joseph

Detailed guidelines for project managers interested or involved in stoves programmes. The book draws on ITDG's 5 years of experience in helping associations implement stoves programmes.

100 pp. Illus. Due Jn. 1986. ISBN 0 946688 26 5. 10.00

THE TECH AND TOOLS BOOK : A GUIDE TO TECHNOLOGIES WOMEN ARE USING WORLD-WIDE.

Ed. Ruby Sandhu

As a result of the Tech and Tools event in Nairobi, this publication provides much useful information about activities women are involved in worldwide.

200 pp. approx. Due Feb. 1986. (IWTC/IT PUBS) 7.952