Livelihood condition: energy production

impact chain for hydrological drought (click any node to view details):
definition:
Relevant question: Is enough energy constantly available over time?

Refers to the availability of a source of energy in a suitable form in an amount that is enough to meet basic requirements for essential tasks, such as cooking, heating, light.

Note that all definitions do not have specific spatial or temporal limitations. They are defined within a qualitative context and can be specified once they are applied in a certain context.
related maps:
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