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Persistence of solid fuel use despite increases in LPG ownership: New survey evidence from rural north India
Solid fuel use is an important contributor to air pollution and disease burden in India. We present survey evidence documenting LPG ownership and cooking fuel use in rural north India. LPG ownership has increased rapidly, substantially driven by the Ujjwala...Read More..
- Topics: Pollution
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