Upgrading the supply chains and price rebates were found to double purchases of cleaner cooking stoves according to the study

Widespread use of fuelwood and charcoal for cooking and heating is a notable barrier to achieving development and conservation goals in sub-Saharan Africa, yet previous attempts at introducing

Study recommends that the scheme should move beyond benefits for women alone to change household behaviour

The 2019 Clean Cooking Industry Snapshot is a first-of-its-kind publication that highlights investment and business model innovation in the clean cooking sector.

A transition away from the use of fuelwood and charcoal for cooking can prevent hundreds of thousands of premature deaths caused by household air pollution.

When Joyce Njenga replaced her traditional open-fire hearth with an energy-saving stove, she was pleased it lived up to its promised efficiencies: using less firewood and halving cooking times.

ADDIS ABABA- Every single year, thousands of Ethiopian women and children die because of indoor air pollution. This is an instance of a silent death.

ADVOCACY on the use of energy saving of fuel efficient stoves has always focused on rural areas where presumably almost all residents, (approximately 90 percent of all households) use firewood for

This study examines the expected mitigation of greenhouse gases (GHG) and black carbon (BC) emissions associated to the transition from traditional biomass to clean fuels and clean woodburning cookstoves (CCS) in the Mexican residential sector for the period 2014-2030. We developed a spatial-explicit model at a county-level to understand the GHG trade-offs associated to different spatial-temporal CCS and clean fuels dissemination strategies. A business as usual (BAU) and three alternative scenarios with different targets for CCS and LPG dissemination were constructed.

The Ghana Alliance for Clean Cookstoves and Fuels (GHACCO) has called on the Government for a comprehensive and dedicated national policy on clean cookstoves and fuels sector in Ghana.

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