by Kayeswar Man Sulpya

Issue: 33

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Received: 2010-10-05


Biomass fuels such as wood, agricultural wastes and animal dung provide about 95% of the total energy consumed in Nepal, most of which is used by the domestic sector for cooking, space heating and agro-processing. Nepal's average annual consumption of fuelwood is 600kg per person. Nepal's forests have been consumed at a rate far exceeding their regeneration...

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