Fumes from indoor cooking fires kill more than 2 million children a year in the developing world. MIT engineer Amy Smith details an exciting but simple solution: a tool for turning farm waste into clean-burning charcoal.
in 2008, together w/ my japanese friend mr junji takano, we developed an improved cooking stove 2help mitigate d black carbon emitted fr kitchen households utilizing charcoal or fuelwood. click on d link below 2see d pdf file
- Jonathan Cedar and Alex Drummond’s innovation: the BioLite stove (guardian.co.uk)
- Toyola Stoves (timbuktuchronicles.blogspot.com)
- Provide a safe stove – SAVE LIVES, lungs, and trees (socialactions.net)