Boiling Point No. 42 - Household Energy and the Environment (ITDG - ITDG, 1999, 44 p.)
Theme editorial Improving the environment can lead to benefits for household energy
Environmental implications of the energy ladder in rural India
Household energy and environmental rehabilitation; opportunities and challenges
Deforestation and forest degradation by commercial harvesting for firewood and charcoal in the Pacific region of Nicaragua
Effect of expanding sugar-cane farming on community woodfuel collecting areas. Case study in Masindi, Uganda
Workshop report on urban waste and energy in developing countries, February 24, 1998
GTZ pages editor
Is urban forestry a solution to the energy crisis of Sahelian cities?
Electricity for low-power applications Micro Solar Lanterns for rural communities in Kenya
The bicycle wheel water powered battery charger
Community participation in the development of an improved stove in a cold region of North India
Commercialization of the Sewa Stove in Mali
'We need it indeed': results of the Boiling Point impact assessment review
What's happening in household energy?
ITDG energy news