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The energy transition in action: urban domestic fuel choices in a changing Zimbabwe

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  • Campbell, B. M.
  • Vermeulen, S. J.
  • Mangono, J. J.
  • Mabugu, R.

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  • Campbell, B. M. & Vermeulen, S. J. & Mangono, J. J. & Mabugu, R., 2003. "The energy transition in action: urban domestic fuel choices in a changing Zimbabwe," Energy Policy, Elsevier, vol. 31(6), pages 553-562, May.
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