Traditional open fires and inefficient cookstoves using solid fuels cause a range of harmful impacts that impede economic and social development and lead to significant loss of life in the developing world. Clean cookstoves and fuels have the potential to reduce deaths from smoke-related illnesses, mitigate climate change, and lower air pollution. They can provide new sources of livelihoods for women while reducing the risk and drudgery of fuel collection, and can lower household expenditures on cooking fuel.
Women & Gender
Jan 31, 2017
Dec 13, 2016
Geospatial Mapping of Charcoal and Fuelwood Renewability in Haiti and Potential Environmental Benefits from a Nationwide Cookstove Program
March 18, 2016
This study is a major breakthrough that can help make clean cooking interventions more marketable and attractive for traditional and results-based financing, improving the lives of millions.
Oct 18 - 20, 2017
Dec 03 - 06, 2017
August 30, 2017
WEBINAR: Gold Standard’s Methodology for Averted Disability Adjusted Life Years (ADALYs) from Cleaner Household Air
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