Determinants of fuelwood use in rural Orissa

implications for energy transition
  • 27 Pages
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  • English
South Asian Network for Development and Environmental Economics , Kathmandu
StatementArabinda Mishra
SeriesSANDEE working paper -- no. 37/08
ContributionsSouth Asian Network for Development and Environmental Economics
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 27 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24385727M
ISBN 139789937809320
LC Control Number2010308010

Citation Mishra, A. () Determinants of Fuelwood Use in Rural Orissa: Implications for Energy Transition. SANDEE working papers, Kathmandu: by: 2. Determinants of Fuelwood Use in Rural Orissa: Implications for Energy Transition, by Arabinda Mishra, SANDEE Working Paper No.

Abstract This study examines household behavior related to fuelwood collection and use. The focus is on identifying the behavioral transition of fuelwood-using households from collection to purchase.

Determinants of Fuelwood Use in Rural Orissa: Implications for Energy Transition (SANDEE Working Papers, ISSN ; WP 37) ISBN: - - - 2 - 0 Key words: 1. Fuelwood collection and use 2. Household labour allocation 3.

Energy transition 4. Determinants of Fuelwood Use in Rural Orissa: Implications for Energy Transition. By ARABINDA MISHRA. Abstract. This study examines household behaviour related to fuelwood collection and use. The focus is on identifying the behavioral transition of fuelwood-using households from collection to purchase.

The study examines the theory linking Author: ARABINDA MISHRA. Determinants of Fuelwood Use in Rural Orissa: Implications for Energy Transition By Arabinda Mishra Topics: Work and LabourAuthor: Arabinda Mishra. In rural India, fuelwood consumption can be considered an indicator of welfare, -- thus, our results show that self- reported participants benefit considerably from community forestry.

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CF programs are meant to influence the entire village. Membership is intended to be universal and everybody is expected to benefit somewhat from the program. Socio-economic context of fuelwood use in small rural communities.

[Washington, D.C.]: Bureau for Program and Policy Coordination, U.S. AID, (OCoLC) Further, expenditure on food per week, household size, expenditure on charcoal, price of fuelwood and household income are the key determinants of fuelwood demand while distance covered by the household members to collect fuelwood, age, and sex of household head were not.

Most women go into full time harvesting of fuel wood and to others; it is a source of extra income or even a survival strategy in times of hardship (FAO, ). Fuel wood is used not only for cooking by most rural women but also in the production and baking of bread by local bread producers.

Fuel wood is the predominant source of energy. examined the level of use of fuel wood, effect of socio-economic factors on fuel wood demanded and the problems being experienced by those that use the fuelwood. A cluster random sampling techniques was employed to select the fuel wood users in three urban centers of the State.

A total of fuelwood. Abstract Fuelwood is the primary source of household energy in rural areas of Uganda. Findings show that % of the households use fuelwood for cooking and preserving food with a per capita.

In many parts of rural India the use of wood for fuel is the cause of significant environmental and health prob-lems. Efforts to help people switch to cleaner fuels have not been effective and fuelwood use remains high in the countryside. To help find a solution to this challenge, a new SANDEE study from the districts of Orissa has looked.

The authors showed that education level, cattle ownership, income level, access to credit, distance to main fuelwood source, and the number of planted trees have a positive effect on biogas adoption decisions.

Guta analyzed the determinants of household solar energy technology adoption on the same data used for this current study. The finding from that study showed that the. Along with deforestation the use of wood for energy is another large contributor to these emissions.

A large portion of the rural population in Indonesia depends on wood collected themselves for energy production. Bioenergy such as wood is popular in the developing world and managed correctly can be a viable source of future energy.

We emphasize on socio-economic factors that determine household cooking energy preference in rural Nigeria. Firewood remains the preferred fuel for most households in the study area; though rational, the choice is not sustainable as it portends a threat to their woodlands and green economy.

Determinants of household fuel choice behavior in rural Maharashtra, India. This paper applies multinomial logit model to household fuel use for cooking and heating to analyse the factors that determine the fuel choice in rural part of Buldhana district, Maharashtra, India.

The model discusses the socio-economical variables of household energy preferences such as size of household, age of household head, education status of family members, dwelling status and income. Journals & Books; Help Download PDF Download. Share. Export. Advanced. Journal of Cleaner Production.

Volume1 MarchDeterminants of adoption of cleaner cooking energy: Experience of the Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana in rural Odisha, India. Author links open overlay panel Swadhina Shikha Swain Pulak Mishra. Show more. the determinants of agricultural productivity and the IVreg2 (2SLS), the random effect (RE) as well as the fixed effect (FE) model was employed for the estimation of the determinants of rural household income.

Empirical productivity model specification The current Cobb-Douglas production function analysis consider all the. This study was undertaken with the objective of analyzing the socio-economic conditions of rural poor in India with respect to their primary energy consumption viz.

cooking fuel and impact on health. Determinants of Fuelwood Use in Rural Orissa: [22] The Energy and Research Institute. TERI Energy Data Directory and Year Book. "Determinants of Fuelwood Use in Rural Orissa: Implications for Energy Transition," Working Papers id, eSocialSciences.

Fisher, Monica G. & Shively, Gerald E. & Buccola, Steven T., " An Empirical Investigation Of Activity Choice, Labor Allocation, And Forest Use In Southern Malawi," Staff PapersPurdue University, Department. Health and Population-Perspectives and Issues 30 (3):DETERMINANTS OF CONTRACEPTIVE USE IN ORISSA: AN ANALYSIS FROM NATIONAL FAMILY HEALTH SURVEY III.

In the Kanchenjunga Transboundary Conservation Landscape of the Eastern Himalaya, people remain dependent upon biomass energy for virtually all domestic uses, including cooking food, boiling water and tea, space heating, and preparing cattle feed.

Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) is being adopted only gradually and unevenly.

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We examined patterns and determinants of fuel wood versus LPG use for. Fuelwood is a major resource in rural areas.

Fuelwood collection and consumption habits were monitored in Lupeta, Tanzania through household interviews and fuelwood collection walks. Social dimensions, economic aspects of fuelwood, and alternative fuel sources were also examined.

The study found that for all wealth classes. Fuelwood use con- tributes to this degradation because it is an integral part of the rural economy/ environment relationship, and it is the general pattern of rural development FUELWOOD PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS in poor, environmentally vulnerable areas that creates stress, not fuelwood use alone.

FLJELWOOD POLICY ANALYSIS. Household expenditure Higher education Pattern and determinants Rural Odisha The chapter is based on an ICSSR-sponsored study titled ‘Effectiveness of Select Scholarship Schemes for the Improvement in Access and Retention of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe Students in Odisha’.

In this paper, we examine household stove use in a cohort of rural Indian households in the coastal state of Odisha. Odisha is one of India’s poorest states (OPHI ) where 85% of households rely on solid fuels as their primary cooking fuel, compared to the national average of 67% (Census of India, a and b).

As one alternative. Arabinda Mishra, "Determinants of Fuelwood Use in Rural Orissa: Implications for Energy Transition," Working Papers id, eSocialSciences. Helen Hoka Osiolo & Peter Kimuyu, "Demand for Indoor Air Pollution Abatement Interventions," Biophysical Economics and Resource Quality, Springer, vol.

2(3), pagesSeptember. the factors causing fuelwood demand in urban areas include rural-urban migration, urbanization, as well as rising cost of other fuels.

It is observed that there is correlation between economic status of a country and the demand for fuelwood. The poorer countries use more fuelwood than richer countries7. Fuelwood accounts for two thirds. Balancing fuelwood and biodiversity concerns in rural Nepal.

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Ecological Modelling, Vol. Issue. 4, p. ‘ Determinants and impact of local institutions for common resource Weed removal improves coppice growth of Daniellia oliveri and its use as fuelwood in traditional fallows in Benin.

Agroforestry Systems, Vol. 78, Issue. 2, p. Over 3 billion people throughout the world rely on traditional fuels such as fuelwood. In Ethiopia, 90 percent of energy consumption comes from biomass. Such heavy reliance on this form of energy is a threat to forest ecosystems and also contributes to greenhouse gas emission.

However, empirical evidences on the amount of fuelwood consumption and emission of CO2 are. Johnson, N.G.; Bryden, K.M.

Energy supply and use in a rural West African village. Energy43, – [Google Scholar] Njiti, C.F.; Kemcha, G.M. Survey of fuel wood and service wood production and consumption in the Sudano-Sahelian region of Central Africa: The case of Garoua, Cameroon and its rural .The framework emphasizes the importance of nonfamily organizations and services in the local community as determinants of the transition from use of fuelwood to use of alternative fuels.

We use multilevel longitudinal data on household fuel choice and community context from rural Nepal to provide empirical tests of our theoretical model.The aim of the paper is to examine wood as a source of fuel energy in rural South Africa and factors influencing its usage.

The analysis is based on household profiles and characteristics (e.g., gender, caste, population and income) in a livelihood framework. Fuelwood consumption was estimated to be kg/capita, and kg/user household per annum, valued at $ per household.