by A A Eberhard

Issue: 35

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


The increasingly rich literature on fuelwood issues indicates more and more that there are a host of complex sociological and economic issues which need to be tackled to ease the fuel burden on poor families, for example, labour scarcity, lack of transport, competing demands for wood products, access to trees, land tenure rights, and population settlement patterns.

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