Practitioner's Resource Kit: Environmental Management in Humanitarian Operations
Summary of practical ideas for the domestic energy sector in refugee situations – a sector that probably has a greater impact on the environment than any other. It covers both proven and experimental ways in which to balance demand for energy with available supply
IASC Task force SAFE
The Diagrams present a clear means of determining which factors should influence the choice of fuel strategy in an individual setting, based on simple responses to a series of questions about local priorities, access, availability, etc. The term "strategy" is used to reflect the fact that many settings may require more than one type of fuel or energy technology, especially over the long term.
This Matrix is targeted to field-based actors from a range of response sectors: camp coordination/camp management; emergency shelter; environment/natural resource management; food/nutrition; health; information/education/communication; livelihoods/development/food security; and protection. Its goal is to provide a practical tool for determining the priority activities that must be undertaken in the development of an effective, multi-sectoral fuel strategy.
These two tools can be found on the dedicated website International Network on Household Energy in Humanitarian Settings (linked to http://www.fuelnetwork.org/ not working).