Food wastes - a threat or solutions in Bangalore? (IN)

According to the World Bank Report What a Waste, India’s urban population of 320 million people produces over 100,000 tonnes per day of municipal solid waste. Bangalore is pilot example of possible waste utilization.

Ongoing conflict? no
Conflict type Bioenergy governance conflicts
Resources industrial waste
Issues 1 economical, 2 ecological, 3 social, 4 cultural
Keywords Bengalure, food waste, biogas, protest, India
References http://www.ricardo-aea.com/cms/will-india-s-food-waste-help-fuel-their-economic-growth/#.VVMjD_AauDE
Start date 2012
End date 2012
Reason(s) for conflict
Intensity public debate
What are the stakeholders' conflicting values or interests the NGOs are worried that the waste comprise up to 40% of waste in supply chain (from field to fork), with hard proposal of using it for energy production as the raw material is available. Additionally the successful examples thoughout the country exist.
Barriers for dialogue lack of incentives (legal and economic) from government
Forums for dialogue attraction of foreign investor and benchmarking the area
Suggestions for conflict resolution / transformation open view for opportunities and active position of the parties in the region
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