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Article Biomass Stove In India Earning Carbon Credits Climate Care, a UK based company has supported the Sanjha Chulha project, by paying upfront for all the carbon emissions each stove saved in five years.
Article Camco International and Pioneer Carbon sign innovative Chinese stove agreement The Camco Group and Pioneer Carbon are to support the Daxu stove programme in China, with the aim of installing over 1 million stoves within a 3 year period saving in the region of 28m tonnes of car
Article Climate Change: Africa Told 'Stop Playing the Victim' CAPE TOWN, Nov 12 (IPS) - Critics of carbon trading, a strategy meant to combat global warming, say the buying and selling of carbon credits is being exploited.
Article HEDON CarbonSIG is endorsing the Carbonmarkets Africa Conference in Cape Town, South Africa Carbon Markets Africa aims to stimulate and bring new project developers and hosts to the forefront with the overall aim of increasing the size of the market.
Article India's Killer Cookers A Recipe For Disaster "We haven't experienced any problems with smoke and the smoke from the dung is not harmful, I believe," says a mother in east Delhi slum.It is a common belief among the 800 million-odd Indians who dep
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Article New book on carbon trading - 'Carbon Trading: How it works and why it fails' The book reveals how carbon trading is only a very recent invention by business and political elites that undermines existing environmental legislation and diverts from planning a rapid transition awa
Article Quantification of carbon savings from improved biomass cookstove projects In spite of growing interest, a principal obstacle to wider inclusion of improved cookstove projects in carbon trading schemes has been the lack of accountability in estimating CO2-equivalent (CO2-e)
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