Posted: Apr 25, 2017
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  Washington, DC (April 25, 2017) - The Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves announced today that Christiana Figueres has been named to its Leadership Council. Figueres, former Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on C [2.99 kbytes more ]
Posted: Jan 31, 2017
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  The 17th annual meeting of Engineers in Technical and Humanitarian Opportunities of Service (ETHOS) was held in Kirkland, Washington from January 27-29. More than 120 participants from universities, laboratories, NGOs, and other organizations [1.33 kbytes more ]
Posted: Jan 24, 2017
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  Solar cooking influencers from around the world gathered in Goraj, India in January for the 6th SCI World Conference, organized by Solar Cookers International. Over 250 experts, scientists, executives, innovators, key policymakers, educators, [1.73 kbytes more ]
Posted: Dec 21, 2016
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  The Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves and China's Ministry of Agriculture co-hosted a stakeholder meeting in Beijing to review the results of seven Alliance-led pilot projects in China. Cookstove and fuel producers from six provinces p [3.27 kbytes more ]
Posted: Dec 18, 2016
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  Experts from 43 participating countries and 8 international liaison organizations are currently reviewing a standards document on field testing submitted this month to ISO Technical Committee 285 on Clean Cookstoves and Clean Cooking Solution [1.79 kbytes more ]
Posted: Dec 13, 2016
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  To help meet the growing demand for cookstoves in Guatemala, a group of women entrepreneurs has opened the first Estufas Mejoradas y Mas (Clean Cookstoves and More) in Sumpango, a town of around 50,000 people just north of Antigua. Sumpango&r [1.57 kbytes more ]
Posted: Nov 27, 2016
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  The Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves has announced the recipients of the Fuel Enterprise Capacity Building Opportunity, which will support 3 enterprises producing and distributing improved fuels in Kenya, Rwanda, India and Bhutan. Design [2.18 kbytes more ]
Posted: Oct 03, 2016
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    The Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves joined Alliance Ambassador and world-renowned Chef José Andrés at South by South Lawn (SXSL), an event hosted at the White House to showcase innovation and technology that is help [3.08 kbytes more ]
Posted: Sep 22, 2016
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  Continuing to expand its efforts around behavior change communication, last month, the Alliance launched a new campaign in Bangladesh to promote “modern stoves.”  Targeting households in peri-urban areas of Dhaka and Khulna, [1.69 kbytes more ]
Posted: Sep 13, 2016
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  As part of the Alliance’s work building a market for clean cookstoves and fuels, the Spark Fund was created to provide the critical financing needed to help early stage enterprises reach commercial viability. Since then the Spark Fund h [0.52 kbytes more ]
Posted: Aug 31, 2016
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  More than 125 million people are in need of humanitarian assistance today. In fact, 12 million were newly displaced just in the past year. As aid agencies and NGOs worldwide increase their focus on providing lifesaving aid, we want to ensure [2.02 kbytes more ]
Posted: Aug 23, 2016
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  Each year, based on data supplied by partners, manufacturers, and distributors from around the world, the Alliance compiles a report that tracks self-reported progress and growth in the cookstoves and fuels sector. This annual “Results [1.59 kbytes more ]
Posted: Jul 26, 2016
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  As part of efforts to drive adoption of clean cookstoves and fuels around the world, the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves has announced awards to four organizations to design and manage behavior change communication (BCC) interventions in [7.47 kbytes more ]
Posted: Jul 24, 2016
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  SME Funds, a grantee for the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves’ Spark Fund, is an innovative international NGO working to end poverty through endorsing sustainable enterprise development in Africa. Through the investment in ethical a [4.38 kbytes more ]
Posted: Jul 21, 2016
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  The Proceedings of the National Academies of Science (PNAS) published significant findings from a Chinese study indicating that household emissions contribute significantly to Beijing’s notoriously poor air quality. In recent years the [1.52 kbytes more ]

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