Who is harmed by biomass fuels? En : Indoor air pollution from biomass fuel

By: Last, John MLanguage: English Publisher: Geneva WHO 1992Description: pp. 107-111Subject(s): BIOMASA | PRODUCCION DE ENERGIA | SALUD | PAISES EN DESARROLLODDC classification: 333.953 Summary: The populations at risk of harm to their health because they collect and/or combust biomass fuels are not clearly defined. They are predominantly rural inhabitants of developing countries, through personal living in urban areas, especially those in periurban slums, may also rely on biomass fuels for cooking and heating.
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The populations at risk of harm to their health because they collect and/or combust biomass fuels are not clearly defined. They are predominantly rural inhabitants of developing countries, through personal living in urban areas, especially those in periurban slums, may also rely on biomass fuels for cooking and heating.

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