by Marc Wauthelet

Issue: 41

Journal section: Theme Articles
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Received: 2010-10-01


Biomass energy accounts for a considerable part of Morocco's energy balance (35%). Although 89% of this energy is consumed by rural households, the consumption by urban households and small enterprises in urban areas (shown in Table 1) has led to the gradual deforestation of the remaining forests mainly around the big cities and in the mountainous regions. Nationally, the area of forest decreases by more than 30000 hectares per annum...

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