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Issue 41: Household energy: the urban dimension

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Issue 40: Household energy and health

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Issue 39: Using biomass residues for energy

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Biomass fuels: their use and how different fuels affect technology choice. This edition will include charcoal and briquetting.
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Issue 38: Household energy in high cold regions

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How do you define an efficient stove? For most people living in the South, it would be one which cooked food using a minimum amount of fuel in a reasonable amount of time. To achieve this, all the... [more]

Issue 37: Household energy in emergency situations

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The global refugee problem is massive and growing: in 1995 there were over 23 million refugees and a further 26 million people who were internally displaced within their own country. Refugee... [more]

Issue 36: Solar Energy in the Home

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Solar cooking was the main theme of our April 1991 issue (Boiling Point 24) and has been reported in many other issues. Included in this issue are descriptions of different types of solar cookers,... [more]

Issue 35: How Much Can NGO’s Achieve

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There are no doubt many thousands of Non Government Organizations (NGOs) working to promote development in or for the developing countries and they all have many common difficulties. In this issue... [more]

Issue 34: Smoke Removal

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Wood and other forms of biomass are the main cooking fuels for about half the world's population, and will remain so for at least the next few decades. In most parts of the developing world they... [more]

Issue 33: Household Energy Developments in Asia

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As is the case in Africa (see Boiling Point No. 29), most Asian countries are still heavily dependent on biomass fuels for meeting basic needs such as cooking, space heating, and energy for small... [more]

Issue 32: Energy for the Household

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Household energy encompasses all the energy that is used in the home, for everything from basic needs such as cooking, heating and lighting to comparative luxuries such as radio and television,... [more]



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