Bishwajit Roy

The Importance of Improved Cooking Stove for Forest Conservation, Economic Benefits and Climate Change Mitigation—A Bangladesh Case Study

Biomass energy is one of the most primary sources of energy for the poor people particularly for the forest dependent communities. Similarly, forest dependent communities in Bangladesh use different types of forest biomass energy (i.e., wood, trees, leaves, undergrowth and bamboo) as fuels in the traditional cooking stove which results on continuous forest destruction, incomplete.. Read More

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