Human and animal fecal matter is gaining traction among a section of Ugandans keen on saving the tree cover and embracing renewable energy. Despite the indifference some people may have over it, biogas is actually a clean energy source that saves money and time used in sourcing for other available sources of fuel for cooking. In Nature Files, Moses Akena visited Karambi Secondary School in Kasese District that is offsetting the cost of wood fuel by turning to biogas from faecal matter.
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