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These more integrated approaches to farming, incorporate [[appropriate technologies]] such as digesters that increase the production and utilization of biomass while only marginally increasing energy and resource inputs for infrastructure and construction.
 
These more integrated approaches to farming, incorporate [[appropriate technologies]] such as digesters that increase the production and utilization of biomass while only marginally increasing energy and resource inputs for infrastructure and construction.
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ZERI has been active in promoting these alternative technologies to the developing world. There are now numerous Anaerobic Digesters are ideal for rural villages in the developing world. IF&WMS projects have been built in countries throughout the world, such as Namibia, Benin, China, Vietnam, Sweden and Fuji.
 
ZERI has been active in promoting these alternative technologies to the developing world. There are now numerous Anaerobic Digesters are ideal for rural villages in the developing world. IF&WMS projects have been built in countries throughout the world, such as Namibia, Benin, China, Vietnam, Sweden and Fuji.
    
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# The [http://www.cmpbs.org/publications/MP1.2-Longju.pdf Longju Sustainable Village] (PDF) plan was the result of a brainstorming session between leading American sustainability think tanks including the [http://cmpbs.org Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems] and the [http://www.rmi.org Rocky Mountain Institute]. This plan for South China complements the ZERI approach, promoting an integrated sustainable village model.
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# ZERI Main page: http://www.zeri.org
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# Integrated Farming Wiki
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# ZERI New Mexico article on Prof Chan’s work in USA: http://www.scizerinm.org/waste.html
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# Presentation on IF&WMS work done in Brazil by Prof Chan of ZERI & Alexandre Takamatsu of TECPAR in Parana State
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# Article by Dr Mae Wan Ho on Dream Farm which is based partially on Prof Chan’s works: http://www.i-sis.org.uk/DreamFarm.php
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# Article on IF&WMS by Prof Chan at ZERI NM website http://www.scizerinm.org/chanarticle.html
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# ZERI International: http://www.scizerinm.org/int.html
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