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The Climate Technology Centre and Network (CTCN) is assisting Tanzania in scaling-up sustainable wood fuel (charcoal and firewood) systems (together with Tanzania Commission for Science and...

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Deliverable to the CTCN Technical Assistance on Scaling up sustainable wood fuel (charcoal and firewood) systems in the Pwani, Lindi and Mtwara regions of Tanzania. This document presents results of...

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Wood delivers comprehensive services to support the complete life cycle of assets, from concept to decommissioning, across a range of Oil & Gas, Power, Infrastructure, Government, Mining and...

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Body:   5.1.jpg Edit Delete Manage display A farmer from Loga standing close to one of the shrubs naturally assisted with millet cropping system. Local name of...

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Context Togo struggles with very low energy access rates, especially in rural areas. Togo’s energy supply predominantly comes from traditional energy sources (biomass consisting of wood fuel and...

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Madagascar's natural forests are threatened by rising fuelwood consumption. Along with the irreversible ecosystem loss considerable CO2 emissions result from illegal logging. The establishment of...

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wecf.png Edit Delete Manage display Description of the project: In the WECF energy and sanitation programme, decentralized solutions (solar water heaters, solar heating, solar...

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resilience.png Edit Delete Manage display Description of the project: Forest-dependent women organized themselves into groups, communally constructed fuel-saving stoves and...

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senegal.png Edit Delete Manage display Description of the project: CREATE! collaborates with eight rural Senegalese communities to help residents 1) gain access to abundant and...

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This report investigates energy use of small and medium enterprises in the manufacturing sector in Canada. The top three energy-consuming groups are chemicals and chemical products, food, and wood...

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