The traditional source of energy for cooking is burning wood and charcoal, producing carbon emissions that affect the health of the community.
Providing efficient cookstoves to rural communities reduces the burning of fossil fuels and prevents deforestation.
Traditional cookstoves or three stone fires are used for heating and cooking in rural communities across the world.
Energy is created through burning wood and charcoal, the carbon emissions produced are inhaled and affect the health of the community. Women and children are affected the most.
Providing clean and efficient cookstoves improves respiratory health, reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease and assists with employment while reducing wood consumption.
Architects and designers across Australia have been prompted to act on climate change and take steps to become carbon neutral by the end of 2020.
In addition to helping our clients measure and offset their carbon footprint, we have our own reforestation project located in a globally recognised biodiversity hotspot.
Concrete. The main ingredient is cement, and is a huge source of carbon emissions globally.