by Waclaw Micuta

Issue: 37

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


In recent years there have been several international emergency actions such as in Somalia, BosniHerzegovina, in or around Rwanda and Burundi and other places, with an urgent need to supply people with stoves for cooking and/or heating. There are also a number of developing countries where deforestation has reached a critical point and where emergency actions are necessary to replant trees and economise on firewood use in order to restore the environmental and climatic balance. The Renewable Energies Development Institute (REDI) participated in such actions and continues its search for substitute fuels for firewood...

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