Loading...
 

Browse Tags

Tags

Results 1

Article 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.
Article Energy and human health This article reviews the health impacts of each major source of energy, focusing on those with major implications for the burden of disease globally.
Article 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.
Article PCIA Bulletin 25 now available We are pleased to share with you the 25th issue of the PCIA Bulletin!
Article Smoke from family stoves kills two million people a year Smoke from domestic fires kills nearly two million people each year and sickens millions more, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO).
Article X Prize Foundation, Government of India & IIT Delhi announce cookstove prize partnership Initiative would combat the serious problem of indoor air pollution, which kills more than one million people each year
  • A practitioner's journal on household energy, stoves and poverty reduction.



Upcoming Events

No records to display