Can a charcoal stove make a dent in Kenya’s biomass fuel consumption consumption? Burn Manufacturing, says they can. Check out their neat video.
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Ever seen Derek Sivers’ Ted Talk on How To Start A Movement? You know that lone nut that is dancing at the concert before a second nut joins him, and then, a third, and fourth, and so on? Well, that’s how we’re feeling right now.
STUDY: (…) Three fuels and five stoves were tested to measure harmful pollutant emissions. The preliminary results showed that the largest difference was found in the fuels (briquettes cleaner than wood).
We’re kicking off our first crowdfunding effort ever!
Please consider helping us build in rural Uganda a solid biomass energy efficiency and renewable fuels program for school community with 1,600 schoolchildren!
Combined sources based on the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) report: Bundles of energy: The case for renewable biomass energy New technologies can convert trees to liquid and gaseous fuel 30 per cent of global energy to come from this source by 2050 Developing nations have an untapped resource that would enable them to fight poverty, create jobs, gain energy independence and adapt to climate changes. A report published by the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) urges developing nations to take advantage of their dependence on biomass fuels — such as wood and charcoal — and … Continue reading