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Drei-Steine-Feuer

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====Die Kritik====
Das Drei-Steine-Feuer wird von der Population der Entwicklungsländer dafür das Kochen abhängen; aber die Gesundheit der Umwelt und der Leuten werden von dem Drei-Steine-Feuer hindern.  A large population of people in developing nations depend on traditional three rock fires for cooking; this primitive form of cooking negatively impacts the health of people using the stove and the well being of the natural environmentZwei milliarden Leuten weltweit wenden die Biomasse dafür das Kochen und das Erwärmen an. Two billion people use biomass for cooking and heating worldwide. Traditional three rock fires are used inside the persons dwelling, usually located on a dirt floorDas altherkömmlich Drei-Steine-Feuer wird an den Irdenboden des Wohnsitz anwenden. Die Beeusstheit von der ökologisch und soziale Kosten hatte uber die lezten Dreizig jahren wachsen ("Over the last 30 years awareness of the environmental and social costs of using traditional fuels and stoves has grown." ).<ref name="Bryden">Bryden, Mark., Dean Still., Damon Ogle., and Nordica MacCarty. 2001. Designing Improved Wood Burning Heating Stoves. Creswell, OR: Aprovecho Research Center.</ref>
Traditional three rock fires pose major obstacles to the environment, social health and [[sustainability]] of society. The most important concern with traditional three rock fires is [[indoor air quality]]. Biomass fuels release large amounts of air pollutants when burned on traditional three rock fires. These pollutants become concentrated in inadequately ventilated homes and dwellings. "Several recent studies have identified prolonged exposure to biomass smoke as a significant cause of human health problems." <ref name="Barnes">Barnes, D.F., K. Openshaw., K.R. Smith., and R.V. Plas. What Makes People Cook with Improved Biomass Stoves? World Bank Technical Paper No. 242. Energy Series. Washington, D.C.: World Bank. <br>
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