In ‘charcoal landscape,’ data on deforestation, emissions hidden in the ashes

BOGOR, Indonesia—In terms of its value to daily lives and livelihoods across Africa, charcoal is black gold. But as crucial as it is for cooking for millions of rural Africans, charcoal comes at a cost: the wood burned to create it comes from forests, generating substantial carbon emissions. Data on exactly how much has been... Read more

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