The fuelwood problem has been isolated as an 'energy crisis' issue. Interventions to date have concentrated on narrowly defined technical options for supply enhancement or demand constraint. There has been a failure to understand the fuelwood problem correctly which has led to limited success. This article reviews the experience within the southern African region to date, highlighting the reasons for the problems associated with these initiatives.
|Journal||Natural Resources Forum|
|Publication status||Published - Feb 2009|