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Domestic Firewood Consumption Pattern and Degradation of Forest Cover: A Case Study of Mokokchung Town, Nagaland
International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
In the developing counties of the world, domestic cooking energy meets mostly by firewood. However, in India the majority of urban households are switching from firewood to modern clean cooking energy due to smoke hazard and cooking space limitation. Domestic firewood demand and consumption pattern in the Mokokchung town area was studied interviewing 137 households. The study reveals that cooking by firewood is a regular practice among town dwellers even though other alternative clean energydoi:10.21275/art20201096 fatcat:ty7zbtpspbhl7jymzinrcs3ddq