by BP Editorial Team

Issue: 7

Journal section: Theme Articles
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Received: 2010-10-08


When a rural extension worker in India finds a simple way to measure household fuelwood consumption she usually has no reliable way to share this idea with her counterparts elsewhere. People working on cookstove projects in Asia or Latin America often have no immediate access to the latest designs and testing information from Africa. And international funding agencies, faced with disorganized and often contradictory information from cookstove projects in the field, are becoming wary of investing in what sometimes seems to be a false technology...

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