Links between energy access and food security in sub Saharan Africa: an exploratory review

Abstract

Three quarters of the population in Sub Saharan Africa lacks access to modern energy, and relies instead on biomass fuels for cooking and heating. The environment and health implications of the use of biomass fuel has been widely documented in the literature, and has raised the topic of energy access in various policy and development arenas. Still, the… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s12571-016-0570-1

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@article{Sola2016LinksBE, title={Links between energy access and food security in sub Saharan Africa: an exploratory review}, author={Phosiso Sola and Caroline A. Ochieng and Jummai Yila and Miyuki Iiyama}, journal={Food Security}, year={2016}, volume={8}, pages={635-642} }