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Reassessing the fuelwood situation in developing countries

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Understanding the fuelwood situation has always been hampered by lack of reliable information. Only a very small fraction of fuelwood production is recorded. The greater part of consumption is by poor households and so is also seldom reported. Assessment of the actual magnitude of fuelwood use, and the impacts on forests and rural livelihoods, has consequently been difficult to determine, and has been the subject of considerable debate.
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: 1: CIFOR Research Associate, 19 Hayward Road, Oxford OX2 8LN, UK 2: Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Forest Products and Markets, Box 7060, 75007 Uppsala, Sweden

Publication date: 01 December 2003

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