Future of the Environment

Viet Nam is developing an unusual energy source

Pigs stand inside a pen at a farm 40 km (25 miles) northeast of Hanoi February 7, 2004. Two more people died in Vietnam of bird flu, taking Asia's death toll on Friday to 18, but U.N. agencies dismissed earlier reports that the virus had spread to pigs. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Thomas White PP05080048  TW/FA - RP4DRIIHNOAA

Swapping wood-burning stoves for pig power. Image: REUTERS/Thomas White

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