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In this picture taken on Dec. 29, 2012, Phillipos Nikolaou converts peach stones into heating heat in the northern village of Petria, about 80 kilometers west Thessaloniki, Greece. A steep increase in heating costs has forced many in crisis-hit Greece to switch from heating oil to wood-burning for warmth. But there's a catch. Illegal loggers are slashing through forests devastated by years of summer wildfires, air pollution from wood smoke is choking the country's main cities and there has been an increase in blazes caused by carelessly attended woodstoves.(AP Photo/Nikolas Giakoumidis)

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In this picture taken on Dec. 29, 2012, Phillipos Nikolaou converts peach stones into heating heat in the northern village of Petria, about 80 kilometers west Thessaloniki, Greece. A steep increase in heating costs has forced many in crisis-hit Greece to switch from heating oil to wood-burning for warmth. But there's a catch. Illegal loggers are slashing through forests devastated by years of summer wildfires, air pollution from wood smoke is choking the country's main cities and there has been an increase in blazes caused by carelessly attended woodstoves.(AP Photo/Nikolas Giakoumidis)
In this picture taken on Dec. 29, 2012, Phillipos Nikolaou converts peach stones into heating heat in the northern village of Petria, about 80 kilometers west Thessaloniki, Greece. A steep increase in heating costs has forced many in crisis-hit Greece to switch from heating oil to wood-burning for warmth. But there's a catch. Illegal loggers are slashing through forests devastated by years of summer wildfires, air pollution from wood smoke is choking the country's main cities and there has been an increase in blazes caused by carelessly attended woodstoves.(AP Photo/Nikolas Giakoumidis)
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