by Peter Watts, Tom Otiti

Issue: 29

Journal section: Theme Articles
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Received: 2010-10-05


A brief survey of the energy scene in Uganda presents a depressingly familiar picture. 96% of all energy consumed is derived from biomass fuel and of this 82% is used for domestic purposes, principally cooking. Charcoal use and inefficient methods of charcoal production are leading to deforestation in the areas surrounding urban settlements...

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