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Charcoal as an Energy Resource: Global Trade, Production and Socioeconomic Practices Observed in Uganda
Around the world, charcoal has persisted as an energy resource and retained unequivocal dominance in the energy consumption mix of some nations many years on since modern alternatives were invented. Furthermore, it has secured unyielding significance as a commodity on local and international markets and remained an aggressive competitor to electricity and gas for cooking. Here, we analyze the charcoal supply chain and highlight the rudimentary production techniques common within the sub-Saharandoi:10.3390/resources8040183 fatcat:nfikxovvybhj7ikl6lggopdl2q