by Alison Doig

Issue: 42

Journal section: Editorial
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Received: 2010-09-30


In the past two decades, environmental issues have become an ever-increasing global concern. Many projects will aim to reduce the consumption of local natural resources, especially forest resources. Increasingly, household energy projects are addressing indoor air pollution to reduce health impacts on women and children. Global issues are now also influencing energy strategies in developing countries.

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