by Myles Allen

Issue: 26

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Received: 2010-10-06


n fact, is there any such thing as a "new" stove design? We in the Bellerive Foundation have been working on woodfuel conservation in East Africa for seven years now. And we have come to the conclusion that the answer to both questions is usually "no". But we have also found that, although stove designs are plentiful enough, adapting and applying an existing design to a new context (new project, new country) requires considerable care. This is an example from our recent experience to show what we mean:

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