Energy is a basic human need. It is
required to heat and cool, prepare and
preserve food, provide light, communicate,
and operate modern conveniences, as well
as to enable the delivery of social services
like education, health, and recreation.
Expanding access to energy for Asia’s
legions of energ...
y poor is a priority made
all the more urgent because failure would
perpetuate substantial public health
hazards. Yet traditional fuels like kerosene,
fuelwood, dung, charcoal, and coal still
supply much of the energy used in Asia.
Solid fuels dominate, with fuelwood
claiming the largest share in most Asian
countries (Figure 2.1.11).
----PDR = people’s democratic republic, PRC = People’s Republic of China.
Source: Sovacool 2012. WHO Household energy database - http://www.who.int/indoorair/health_impacts/he_database/en/index.html
Never miss a thing with our weekly newsletter. We'll send you the latest and greatest infographics, news and all things Visually.
Go ahead, you can always opt out anytime with just one click.
Copy the code below
Newsletters are boring. So we made ours visual. Subscribe now.
Tell your story visually before December 31st and get a free iPad Air!*
The holidays are a great time to tell your brand story. From Black Friday trends and Mobile Shopping guides to the Best and Worst Times to Book Travel and Thanksgiving etiquette, the Visually team will help you craft your brand's unique stories and raise your social profile during the noisy holiday season.