Residential cookstove emissions: measurement and modeling from the lab and field
Emissions from solid-fuel cookstoves, which result from poorly controlled combustion, have been linked to indoor and outdoor air pollution, climate forcing, and human disease. The adverse effects of cookstoves have motivated commitment of substantial time and resources towards development of "improved" cookstoves that operate more efficiently and reduce emissions of harmful air pollutants. However, once disseminated to cookstove users, improved cookstoves often do not ameliorate air quality to a level that substantially reduces health risks or negative environmental impacts. Several critical ...
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