by Mike.Clifford@nottingham.ac.uk, sarah.jewitt@nottingham.ac.uk Charlotte Ray

Issue: 64

Journal section: Theme Articles
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Received: 2014-12-20

Accepted: 2014-12-20


Drawing on the authors’ previous experience, literature review and preliminary fieldwork, this article discusses some of the existing challenges faced when investigating improved cookstove (ICS) adoption and some of the current barriers that interfere with ICS introduction and uptake in East and Southern Africa. This article also discusses different methodological approaches that can be taken when addressing these barriers and how this can be incorporated within the Barriers project, an ongoing multi-disciplinary project investigating why ICS have had relatively little household or market penetration in Southern Africa in comparison to some countries in East Africa.

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