by Mohammed E. Abdelrazing

Issue: 38

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


The total consumption of wood in the Sudan during 1994 was estimated as 16 million cubic metres, 90% of which was by the household sector (14 million cubic metres).

The efficiency of the traditional stove used in Sudan was estimated to be 12% so more efficient stoves could save thousands of feddans (acres) of forests...

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