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New Insights on Woodfuel Reliance and Human Welfare

Show simple item record Jagger, P. Codjoe, S.N.A. 2020-01-08T10:11:50Z 2020-01-08T10:11:50Z 2016-06-27
dc.description Seminar en_US
dc.description.abstract Over 3 billion people globally rely on woodfuels (fuelwood and charcoal) to meet basic energy needs for cooking and heating. Reliance on woodfuels and the emissions associated with burning them has major implications for climate, sustainable forest use, health and human well-being. We use data from approximately 7,000 households throughout the low income tropics collected by the Poverty Environment Network at the Center for International Forestry Research to provide new insights into the role of woodfuels in rural livelihoods and factors that influence their supply and demand. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.subject Woodfuel en_US
dc.subject Human Welfare en_US
dc.subject climate en_US
dc.subject Poverty Environment Network en_US
dc.title New Insights on Woodfuel Reliance and Human Welfare en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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