Leo Alexander's post

Renewable cooking in India Outside of the big city’s of India hundreds of million people still uses firewood for cooking. Burning wood for cooking is a cause of deforestation and air pollution. This project by Fair Climate Fund helps people to set up a system using biogas instead. Organic waste like cow droppings is converted in an underground bio-digester into methane gas that can be used for cooking. According to the people behind the project that started 2009, they have given 12,000 families access to biogas and saved 436,837 trees and 203,000 tonnes of CO2. Well done Fair Climate Fund! Read more about it: https://www.fairclimatefund.nl/en/projects/india-clean-cooking-with-biogas

  • Daryl Cleary

    78 w

    Solar cookers have Zero exhaust.

    • Tabitha Kimani

      78 w

      Give fair climate fund a climate love.

      • Gorffly mokua

        78 w

        Biogas should easily accessible to everyone, since it is ecofriendly.

        • George Kariuki

          78 w

          The government of India should look more into it to make sure that everybody has access to biogas.


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