Energy for the people
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CTA. 1989. Energy for the people. Spore 21. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Energy for the People is a dossier on woodfuel in the developing world The Courier 200 rue de la Loi B-1049 Brussels BELGIUM
Energy for the People is a dossier on woodfuel in the developing world. It began as a set of articles in the January-February issue of the CEC's Courier magazine, which requested comments and suggestions from readers, but the structure and text of the original articles have been revised to take account of these contributions, and also of additional material obtained from field visits and interviews. Thus the EC-commissioned study, produced by the Panos Institute and the Association Bois de Feu, aims at being an up-to-date and broad-based synopsis of the woodfuel problem, with a particular focus on the viewpoint of woodfuel users themselves. The A4-format book, which is well and clearly illustrated with numerous half-tones, is divided into sections dealing with wood as vanishing resource; woodfuel and the rural household, woodfuel in towns; industry (creator or destroyer or forests?); and a prognosis of the future by examining current projects and the role of the NGO's . Finally, there is a clear and informative bibliographical section. Available from: The Courier 200 rue de la Loi B-1049 Brussels BELGIUM
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