April 22, 2015
Every day, almost three billion people in the world cook their food on open fires or traditional cookstoves. They burn solid fuels producing smoke that kills more than four million people annually and sickens millions more.
Opening the door to address an overlooked climate factor responsible for nearly 20% of global warming
Cooking with polluting fuel constitutes a significant health and environmental hazard, indoor air pollution affecting more Indians than residents of any country.
In 2015, the international community has an opportunity to adopt an agenda and implementing framework that improves upon previous approaches...