Stakeholder Consultation in Kinshasa, DRC - Improved Cookstoves

Hi Paul,

Thanks for the announcement, just to let you know that the attachment
doesn't seem to have appeared.

Best wishes


On Thu, Dec 2, 2010 at 12:52 PM, Paulo Lopes <CarbonSIG@hedon.info> wrote:

> Dear All,
> We have the pleasure to invite you for the Stakeholder Consultation of our
> Voluntary Gold Standard Programme of Activities entitled Democratic
> Republic of the Congo, Improved Cook Stoves Program.
> The Stakeholder Consultation will be held on the 17th of December 2010 at
> OCHA in Kinshasa, DRC.
> Carbon Clear is a carbon management company with headquarters in London, UK
> and we are the coordinator of the Programme of Activities.
> The objective of the project is to support the distribution of improved
> cook stoves in order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve the
> quality of life of the communities in DRC.
> Carbon Clear is working with Mercy Corps to develop the first project
> activity in Goma, North Kivu where 8,500 improved cook stoves have been
> distributed. The project helps to reduce the consumption of wood, protect
> the Virunga National Park, the opportunity costs arising from collecting the
> wood and improve the quality of life of the communities.
> Our intention is to expand the project to other regions of DRC in the years
> to come. The Programme of Activities will give us a framework to develop the
> project where new activities can be added easily. The groups targeted are
> poor communities living in rural and urban areas as well as schools and
> other institutions that dont use improved cook stoves.
> Please find in attachment the invitation for the Stakeholder Consultation
> with more details. Please reply before the 10th of December as places are
> limited.
> Feel free to contact us if you have any questions and would like more
> information.
> I look forward to hearing from you.
> Best Regards,
> Paulo Lopes
> Carbon Clear
> plop@...
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