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English: Fuelwood market in the centre of Malian town of Djenné. Wood is a common fuel in many developing countries. Often people must travel long distances to collect shrinking supplies.
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Source Figure 3.24 Planet Geography 3rd Edition (2005) [1]
Author Stephen Codrington
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Codrington, Stephen. Planet Geography 3rd Edition (2005) [2]

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