Foreword / Mark S. Wright, Chancellor, Washington University in St. Louis Prologue The energy impoverished : seeking a greater understanding of a complex and wicked problem Narrative one: women, wood, and burning Patchwork lives in the Satkosia Gorge Narrative two: land & living The paradox of Kutch Narrative three: stalled by tradition Energy on the islands of Brahmaputra Narrative four: cause & effect Feedback loops in andhra pradesh and rajasthan Narrative five: searching for agency The power of people and communities Epilogue Endnotes Acknowledgements.
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Print version: Yadama, Gautam N. Fires, fuel & the fate of three billion : portraits of the energy impoverished. New York : Oxford University Press,  156 pages