Project

Tap D2

Start of Project 10/2018
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End of Project 09/2021

Climate policy often does not consider the energy demand of households for cooking in developing countries in spite of its substantial contribution to greenhouse gas emissions. The project examines the extent to which improved cooking stoves (ICS) in rural Senegal can reduce both emissions and poverty. Market barriers for the introduction of ICS and effects of two different ICS types on emissions and health are analysed.

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