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Solar Cookers - Saving Madagascar's Forests | Global 3000

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Published on May 6, 2012

The inhabitants of Madagascar traditionally use wood charcoal for cooking. But it's expensive and also leads to deforestation. Once a lush, green island, Madagascar loses around 200,000 hectares of forest each year. Solar cookers are meant to cut the reliance on firewood and save the threatened forests.
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