by Willem Floor

Issue: 36

Journal section: Theme Articles
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Received: 2010-10-04


Used by 97 per cent of households in Chad, woodfuels (principally fuelwood and charcoal) are the country's main energy source. They are growing increasingly scarce, however, in Chad's largest city, N'Djamena (population 500,000), because of disorganized fuel harvesting and slash-and-burn agriculture in the city's environs...

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