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Climate Change Actors' Landscape of Uganda

The Climate Change Actors' Landscape of Uganda report comprises of three main sections; the first part describes outcomes of the analysis on the main actors, activities, focal sectors and conflict areas.

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Micro-gasification: Cooking with gas from biomass

Micro-gasification for household cooking is a relatively young development. The principle was invented in 1985 and the first commercial micro-gasifier was available in

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Carbon Markets for Improved Cooking Stoves - A GIZ guide for project operators

The social and environmental benefits of improved biomass cooking stoves are indisputable. They reduce workloads involved in fuel collection, and by reducing indoor air pollution, they can reduce the risk of respiratory diseases, especially for women and children.

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Here Comes the Sun - Options for Using Solar Cookers in Developing Countries

Solar cooking is successful where the ten basic rules quoted in this brochure are observed. The fundamental prerequisite is that it must be accepted by the users. It goes without saying, too, that it must be a financially attractive option.

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Successful energy policy interventions in Africa

About 500 mio people in Africa have limited or no access to modern energy services. They rely on traditional forms of biomass to cover their basic energy needs, such as firewood, charcoal or dung.

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Cooking Energy - Why it really matters if we are to halve poverty by 2015

During the past 20 years of running household energy projects, GTZ has gained a lot of experience. More than 1.5 million stoves have been disseminated with the support of GTZ. HERA is the umbrella programme for GTZ household energy projects in more than 15 countries, mainly in Africa

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International Experiences with the Promotion of Solar Water Heaters (SWH) on household-level

Solar water heaters on household-level have the potential to contribute significantly to save fossil energy sources. In comparison with other renewable energies, the use of solar water heaters is still relatively low.

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Sustainable Transport: A Sourcebook for Policy-makers in Developing Cities. Module 4a: Cleaner Fuels and Vehicle Technologies

Over the course of the past 30 years, pollution control experts around the world have come to realize that cleaner fuels must be a critical component of an effective clean air strategy. In recent years, this understanding has grown and deepened and spread to most regions of the world.

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