Banning charcoal isn’t the way to go. Kenya should make it sustainable
A woman sells charcoal in Nairobi, Kenya. Flickr/Laura Rantanen By Mary Njenga, World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) The Kenyan government has clamped down on the production of charcoal, which it blames for environmental damage. A three-month ban on trading…
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