This first of its kind book now available from oxford university press explores the complex nexus of energy poverty ecology environment gender inequality and technology in rural india. Fires fuel and the fate of 3 billion the state of the energy impoverished gautam n yadama and photographs by mark katzman the first book aimed at a lay audience that examines the complex relationship between cookstoves and health in the developing world. His book fires fuel the fate of 3 billion state of the energy impoverished oxford university press outlines an argument for transdisciplinary research to tackle complex problems such as household air pollution that reside at the intersections of poverty environment and health. Fires fuel and the fate of 3 billion examines the complex nexus of issues at play in the developing worlds use of crude cookstoves factors such as poverty energy environment and gender inequality. Dr yadama co authored fires fuel and the fate of 3 billion the state of the energy impoverished published by the oxford university press in 2013 inside small homes and huts throughout the developing world billions of people burn fires in rudimentary stoves to prepare their meals and heat their homes
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