Biogas fuel for schools eases pressure on Kenya's forests

Biogas plants, in which bacteria convert animal dung into methane gas, produce fuel for cooking and lighting, saving trees from being cut for firewood.

By , Thomson Reuters Foundation

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    John Kipkoech stirs cow dung in a biodigester at a school in Kenya's Rift Valley.
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