Clean Cookstoves




Tsegaye Nega (Prof.) (right), Fulbright Scholar at Addis Abeba University, and Deborah S. Gross, professor of chemistry at Carleton College, showcase cookstoves that can reduce by over 95pc and 90pc indoor air pollution and fuel requirements, respectively, at the United States Embassy on August 7, 2018. The fuel pellets for the stove come from biomass. It can also be used to charge cell phones and serve as a source of light.



Published on Aug 11,2018 [ Vol 19 ,No 954]


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