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20 Men Who Care About Clean Cooking

To celebrate this International Women’s Day the Global Alliance asked men from around the world to speak out about why they support women’s empowerment and increasing access to clean cookstoves and fuels. To celebrate this International Women’s Day the Global Alliance asked men from around the world to speak out about why they support women’s empowerment and increasing access to clean cookstoves and fuels.

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Malawi's 5th annual Cleaner Cooking Open Day

The National Cookstoves Steering Committee would be honoured if you could join us at Malawi's 5th annual Cleaner Cooking Open Day, for the launch of Malawi's National Cookstoves Programme Road Map on Friday, March 18, 2016.This year's venue is Chinsapo Ground (also known as UNICEF Ground) in Lilongwe, only a 10-minute drive from the Gateway Mall (Mchinji Road​) ​Roundabout. This is an open air venue.

Trinity College Dublin Online Fund Raising Campaign

Trinity College Dublin have started an online fund raising campaign to continue work on the Upower TEG stove.

 

Please feel free to circulate the links and if you’re feeling generous you can also contribute!

 

Fund Raising Page: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-power-cookstove/x/13201534#/

Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100011248662307

 

AFRICA CAN GENERATE 22% OF ITS ENERGY THROUGH RENEWABLES BY 2030, HEADED BY BIOMASS

The African continent could generate nearly a quarter of its energy needs through the use of indigenous, clean, renewable energy by 2030, according to a new report by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).

Africa 2030 – a comprehensive roadmap for Africa’s energy transition – finds that a combination of modern renewable technology could realistically meet 22% of Africa’s energy needs by 2030, a more than a four-fold increase from just five% in 2013.

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