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The Mali cookstove project involves the development of five fuel efficient cookstoves that reduce charcoal and fuel wood consumption. In addition, the modern stoves emit less smoke than traditional cooking stoves, leading to a healthier household environment. For the people of Mali this is particularly important, as the WHO estimates that indoor air pollution is responsible for 38,000 deaths per year.

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Mali Cookstove Project 1

Mali Cookstove Project

The Mali cookstove project involves the large-scale production and dissemination of energy-efficient household cookstoves which save on fuel consumption, as well as providing numerous additional social and environmental benefits. It prevents approximately 70,000 tonnes of GHGs entering the atmosphere each year.

Standard:
Gold Standard
Status:
Corporate Enquiries
Type:
Energy Efficiency
Country:
Mali
Capital Wind Farm Project 1

Capital Wind Farm

The Capital Wind Farm Project is a 140.7 MW wind farm in New South Wales, Australia. It prevents 400,000 tonnes of GHGs entering the atmosphere each year.

Standard:
GreenPower
Status:
Online Purchases
Type:
Wind
Country:
Australia
Tasmania Native Forest Protection Project 1

Tasmanian Native Forest Protection Project (2)

The Tasmanian Native Forest Protection Project involves the protection of large tracts of privately owned land in the Tasmanian Central Highlands. It prevents 90,000 tonnes of GHGs entering the atmosphere each year.

Standard:
VCS
Status:
Corporate Enquiries
Type:
Forestry Management
Country:
Australia
Fuel Wood Saving with Improved Cookstoves 4

Cambodian Cookstove Project

This project involves the large-scale production and dissemination of energy-efficient household cookstoves which save on fuel consumption, as well as providing numerous additional social and environmental benefits. It prevents approximately 270,000 tonnes of GHGs entering the atmosphere each year.

Standard:
VCS
Status:
Corporate Enquiries
Type:
Energy Efficiency
Country:
Cambodia
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