At the wooden cross-road

Hoffmann, Harry / Michael Brüntrup / Klas Sander
External Publications (2016)

in: Rural 21 50 (3), 37-39


Fuelwood and charcoal continue to be indispensable in cooking the daily meal for most people in sub-Saharan Africa; in addition, wood as a fuel represents an important source of income. Pressure on forest resources as well as health hazards through indoor air pollution have resulted in more calls for switching to alternative energy sources. Our authors suggest another alternative: improving the existing supply chains.

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Brüntrup, Michael

Agricultural Economy


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