by K. Openshaw

Issue: 33

Journal section: Theme Articles
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Received: 2010-10-05


The poorer half of the world's people rely on woodfuels for most of their energy needs, despite the myriad problems associated with the traditional use of woodfuels - including energy inefficiency, deforestation, increasing use of time for collection of fuel, and harmful local and global health and environmental effects...

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