09. References and links


Albalak, R et. al. 2001. Indoor Respirable Particulate Matter Concentrations from an Open Fire Improved cookstove, and LPG/Open Fire Combination in a Rural Guatemalan Community. Environ. Sci. Technol. 35, 2650-2655

Bailis et al. Arresting the Killer in the Kitchen: The Promises and Pitfalls of Commercialising Improved Cook Stoves. World Development
Volume 37, Issue 10, October 2009, Pages 1694-1705

Barnes, D.F., Openshaw, K., Smith. K.R. & van der Plas, R. (1994) What Makes People Cook with Improved Biomass Stoves? A comparative international review of stove programs, World Bank technical paper, No.242 Energy Series

Bates, E. Good technologies… but do they really work? Boiling Point 53 pp3-5, 2007.

Bhaskar Dixit, C.S. et al. 2006 Part 1: Experimental studies on a pulveised fuel stove.
Part 2 : Computational studies on a pulverised fuel stove. Biomass and Bioenergy 30, 684-691

Bhattarai, N., & Risal, S. Barrier for Implementation of Improved Cook Stove Program in Nepal. Journal of the Institute of Engineering, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 1-5.

Centre for Entrepreneurship in International Health and Development, School of Public Health, University of California-Berkeley. The Gaia Association CleanCook Stove Tests in the Kebribeyah Refugee Camp, Somali Region State, Ethiopia. 7 March 2007

Farachy, J. A burning issue in the climate change fight. Financial Times, December 4th 2009.

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, (FAO) (2010)

Gao, X. et al 2009. Indoor air pollution from solid biomass fuels combustion in rural agricultural area of Tibet, China. Indoor Air 2009; 19:198-205.

Godlisten, K. & Heries, M. (2009) Technology Review Workshop. Proceedings from the PISCES meeting, University of Dar es Salaam. February 2009.

Measuring Successes and Setbacks. How to Monitor and Evaluate Household Energy Projects. A Household Energy Programme Publication. Eschborn, 1996.

Iliffe, R. 2009. Is the biochar produced by the Anila stove likely to be a beneficial soil additive. MSc. thesis for Advanced Environmental and Energy Studies. July 2009.

Iliffe, R. (2009) Is the biochar produced by an Anila stove likely to be a beneficial soil additive? UKBRC Working Paper 4.

International Initiative for Impact Evaluation. Indoor Air Pollution: There is no smoke without fire. 3ie Enduring Questions Brief Number 4 March 2009

Jagadish, K. S. The development and dissemination of efficient cook stoves and other devices in Karnataka. Current Science, Vol. 87, No. 7 10 October 2004.

Jetter, J. & Kariher, P. Solid-fuel household cook stoves: Characterization of performance and emissions. Biomass and Bioenergy, Volume 33, Issue 2, Pages 294-305

Johnson et al. Quantification of c savings from improved biomass cookstove projects.

Lehmann, J. & Joseph, S. (2009). Biochar for Environmental Management: Science and Technology. Earthscan, London.

Nyabiage, J. The stove that can earn you cash and save on fuel. The Daily Nation, May 13 2009

M. R. Pandey, R. P. Neupane, A. Gautam, I. B. Shrestha. The Effectiveness of Smokeless Stoves in Reducing Indoor Air Pollution in a Rural Hill Region of Nepal. Mountain Research and Development, Vol. 10, No. 4 (Nov., 1990), pp. 313-320

Parikh, J., Balakrishnan, K., Laxmi, V. and Haimanti, B.,
‘Exposures from Cooking with Biofuels: Pollution Monitoring
and Analysis for Rural Tamil Nadu, India’, Energy, Vol.26,
pages 949-962, 2001

Rai, K., & McDonald, J. Cookstoves and Markets: Experiences, successes and Opportunities. GVEP International. December 2009.

Scott, P 2005. Stove Design and Performance Testing Workshop. WHO IAP workshop, Kampala, Uganda. 17 June 2005.

Smith, K.R. (2009) Viewpoints: An interview with Professor Kirk R. Smith. Boiling Point: A practitioner’s journal on household energy, stoves and poverty reduction. Issue 56.

Smith, K. et al. 2007. Monitoring and evaluation of improved biomass cookstove programs for indoor air quality and stove performance: conclusions from the Household Energy and Health Project. Energy for Sustainable Development, Vol 9 No. 2. June 2007.

Technology review workshop held at the University of Dar es Salaam. 16-17 February 2009

Troncoso, K., Castillo, A., Masera O & Merino, L. Social perceptions about a technological innovation for fuelwood cooking: Case study in rural Mexico. Energy Policy, Volume 35, Issue 5, Pages 2799-2810

UNDP (2009) Human Development Report 2009 – HDI rankings

Walmo, K. & Jacobson, S.K. A social and environmental evaluation of fuel-efficient cook-stoves and conservation in Uganda. Environmental Conservation 25(2): 99–108 © 1998 Foundation for Environmental Conservation

Warwick, H. & Doig, A. (2004). Smoke – the Killer in the Kitchen. Indoor Air Pollution in Developing Countries. Practical Action, ITDG.

World Bank (2007) Climate Change & South Asia. Poorest of the poor are most at risk

World Bank (2009) Overview: Understanding, measuring and overcoming poverty

Projects and practitioners

Appropriate Rural Technology Institute (ARTI), (2009) http://www.arti-india.org/

Anila Stove Development and Deployment in Kenya (http://groups.google.com/group/anilakenya?hl=en)

Stove design, use and evaluation:


Household Environmental Monitoring (including good info on protocols for “Stove performance tests”):

Policy Innovation Systems for Clean Energy Security, PISCES

Stove performance tests:
Updated water boiling test (version 4.0) from the Partnership for Clean Indoor air

Paul S. Anderson. Interpretation of CO and PM Emissions Data from TLUD Gasifier Cookstoves. A presentation for the 2009 conference of ETHOS, Seattle-Kirkland, WA, 23-25 January 2009

Paul S. Anderson. TLUD GasifierHighlights of 2008: Designs, Low Emissions, and Applications. Presentation to the2009 ETHOS ConferenceSeattle-Kirkland, WA, 23-25 January 2009

Anderson, P. TLUD handbook. 21.02.2010

General research methodologies including socioeconomic methods:

CIFOR (2009) Centre for Internatinal Forestry Research

Household Smoke monitoring questionnaires:

Sidaway, R. (2005). Resolving environmental disputes: from conflict to consensus. Earthscan, London.

Networks and groups:

www.biochar.org.uk (UK Biochar Research Centre) publications

Household Energy Network (http:/ /www.hedon.info/)

University of Berkeley: Household Environmental Monitoring (http://ehs.sph.berkeley.edu/hem/)

International Biochar Initiative (IBI) (http://www.biochar-international.org)

http://iapnews.wordpress.com/ (from Environmental Health at USAID).

GTZ Household Energy publications

Regional groups:

IBI SE Asia (http://sea-biochar.blogspot.com/)

Society of Biochar Initiatives: India

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