cookstove


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a stove for cooking (especially a wood- or coal-burning kitchen stove)

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A cookstove features a firebox not unlike a standard woodstove.
Earlier this year, Chin was a renewable energy intern at Resource Efficient Agricultural Production (REAP-Canada), raising awareness about clean cooking and promoting, distributing, and providing technical support for improved cookstoves in Senegal.
The cookstove project was born in small town on the Guatemalan border with Mexico, where Michigan Tech environmental engineering graduate student Kelli Whelan was working on an Engineers Without Borders project.
Now a global alliance, set up under the auspices of the US State Department and the United Nations, is working toward a goal of supplying 100 million clean cookstoves by 2020.
At the event, representatives of the Kenyan groups Practical Action and Global Village Energy Partnership International discussed East African cookstove initiatives.
high-polluting) cookstoves are estimated to cause 4 million premature deaths annually worldwide.
Efficient cookstove technology is being supported by the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves with funding from the US Department of Energy In the US, new engine standards, particulate filters, "ultra-low" sulfur diesel fuel, and engine retrofit programs are expected to reduce diesel black carbon emissions by 86 percent by 2030.
Cookstove smoke is the fifth leading cause of death in developing countries, according to the World Health Organization, with annual global deaths outpacing malaria and tuberculosis.
We are not attempting to parachute in stoves and leave but rather fostering a means for bringing jobs, better health outcomes, and an increased standard of living through the creation of new clean cookstove companies, projects and opportunities," says Executive Director Radha Muthiah.
Wood-fired cookstove -- The very center of family life.
One such example is the strategic partnership with the Shell Foundation, which has over ten years of experience helping to deliver market-based solutions, primarily around supporting cookstove manufacturers on-the-ground.
It's hard to believe that this is what's melting the glaciers," says Veerabhadran Ramanathan, a leading climate scientist, as he walks among Kohlua's mudbrick huts, each with a small cookstove that pours soot into the atmosphere.
This combination wok and cookstove, tagged with the Zappaesque name Moon Cooking Unit, is lightweight, simple to assemble, and easy to clean (it has a nonstick anodized surface).
And what about that newfangled cookstove at the home of Salem Towne, the village's richest farmer?