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Czech Republic: Coal stoves linked to growth problems in children
(Reuters Health) - Children raised in homes heated by coal may suffer stunted growth from prolonged exposure to indoor air pollution, according to a study of families in the Czech Republic.
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Gender Indicators for Global Climate Funds Still an Afterthought
Of the millions of dollars spent on climate change projects in developing countries, little has been allocated in a way that will benefit women. Yet, in Africa, it is women who will be most affected b
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Indian women fight poverty with cooking stoves
A third to half of the world’s population – that’s two to three billion people – cook with small stoves burning wood, charcoal, dung and coal. The resulting pollution kills 1.6 million of the
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Indonesia encourages biogas use for household cooking & lighting
The Indonesian government has been urged to implement more incentives in a bid to encourage households and small businesses to use biogas as a source of renewable energy and reduce the nation's relian
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Irish energy consultants bring free solar to Africa
Irish charity [|Solar Without Frontiers] has installed a solar power system to supply free electricity to a school in Tanzania.
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Julia Roberts joins international effort promoting clean, safe & efficient cookstoves
WASHINGTON (May 6, 2011) – The Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves today announced that Academy Award winning actor Julia Roberts will serve as Global Ambassador, helping to bring attention to one
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Lighting Africa Program: Providing affordable technology to the 'energy poor'
“Providing access to affordable, high-quality LED technology to the ‘energy poor’ of Africa has the potential to improve the health and safety of millions while boosting the region’s economy,
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Making Money and Changing Lives by Lighting Rural India
"For the four billion people in Africa, Asia and Latin America who have little or no access to electricity, the prospect of locally sourced, renewable power is quite literally a game-changer. They're
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Partnership for Clean Indoor Air (PCIA) Bulletin, February 2011 - Issue 26
This issue focuses on the use of liquefield petroleum gas (LPG) as a clean, transportable cooking fuel alternative.
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Picturing low-carbon development: Methane cook stoves in rural India
Cook stoves powered by methane generate far less soot than those fueled by wood.
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