Archive for May, 2012

Open-fire Cooking May Affect Child Cognitive Development – UC Riverside

Thursday, May 31st, 2012
Open-fire Cooking May Affect Child Cognitive Development
UC Riverside
In American Samoa, cooking was done on kerosene stoves. Garifuna families in Belize, were split almost evenly among those who cooked only with wood on open fires, those who used both open-fire and kerosene-stove cooking, and those who cooked nearly


Some entrepreneurs change the world, and make money doing it – USA TODAY

Thursday, May 31st, 2012
Some entrepreneurs change the world, and make money doing it
USA TODAY
Take, for instance, Alexander Drummond and Jonathan Cedar, creators of the BioLite Stove. More than half the world's population still cook on wood fires. The smoke from these fires creates pollution and causes about 2 million deaths a year from

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Some entrepreneurs find ways to change the world, make money doing it – Daily Comet

Thursday, May 31st, 2012
Some entrepreneurs find ways to change the world, make money doing it
Daily Comet
Take, for instance, Alexander Drummond and Jonathan Cedar, creators of the BioLite Stove. More than half the world's population still cook on wood fires. The smoke from these fires creates pollution and causes about 2 million deaths a year from

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Some entrepreneurs find ways to change the world, make money doing it – Houma Courier

Thursday, May 31st, 2012
Some entrepreneurs find ways to change the world, make money doing it
Houma Courier
Take, for instance, Alexander Drummond and Jonathan Cedar, creators of the BioLite Stove. More than half the world's population still cook on wood fires. The smoke from these fires creates pollution and causes about 2 million deaths a year from


Moving Out of the Shadows – AllAfrica.com

Thursday, May 31st, 2012
Moving Out of the Shadows
AllAfrica.com
The fuel-efficient stove favoured by UNHCR is called Save80 because it uses up to 80 percent less wood than cooking over a traditional stove, but several NGOs and agencies working at Dadaab are distributing different types of energy-saving stoves.

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Flintstones + Jetsons = Great Bistro Food – Manila Bulletin

Thursday, May 31st, 2012
Flintstones + Jetsons = Great Bistro Food
Manila Bulletin
This respect for, and pride in back-to-basics methods is very interesting for someone like me who grew up feeling backward because our home's stove consisted of three rocks and a pile of wood. Reminds you of the Flintstones?


No Smoking: The Search for a Stove to Save the World – Earth Island Journal

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012
No Smoking: The Search for a Stove to Save the World
Earth Island Journal
The stoves typically burn wood, hay, cow dung, or a combination of all three. The old-fashioned chulhas burn slowly, and it's this slow-burn that helps give traditional Indian cuisine its signature smoky flavor. But the chulha is deadly.


Study finds emissions from cookstoves vary with use – R & D Magazine

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012

R & D Magazine
Study finds emissions from cookstoves vary with use
R & D Magazine
"Wood burning is like a dance," Bond said. "A movie gives you a better understanding than a photograph. This is a way to make movies of how users change as they make fires, and that can help people understand emission rates and make better stoves.

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Grant to help Seeley Lake residents replace wood stoves – KAJ18 Kalispell Montana News

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012
Grant to help Seeley Lake residents replace wood stoves
KAJ18 Kalispell Montana News
MISSOULA- Local health officials have picked up a $285000 US Forest Service grant that will be used toward helping Seeley Lake residents upgrade their wood stoves. The Missoula City-County Health Department reports that the Seeley Lake region has the

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Grant to help Seeley Lake residents replace wood stoves – KPAX-TV

Wednesday, May 30th, 2012
Grant to help Seeley Lake residents replace wood stoves
KPAX-TV
MISSOULA- Local health officials have picked up a $285000 US Forest Service grant that will be used toward helping Seeley Lake residents upgrade their wood stoves. The Missoula City-County Health Department reports that the Seeley Lake region has the

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