Project Gaia promotes clean, safe, efficient cookstoves powered by alcohol fuels. By providing access to sustainable fuels we hope to change the face of energy poverty. We work wherever people struggle to cook their meals.

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  • Women: A Force Against Climate Change

    On the road toward the upcoming 2015 UN Climate Change Conference, hundreds of organizations have been rallying to bring greater attention to the impact on women of climate change mitigation and adaptation. Women tend to be the most negatively impacted by the … Continued

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  • Evan Singer: From Project Gaia to the Peace Corps

    Evan Singer graduated from Gettysburg College in 2012 as a philosophy major and came to Project Gaia in June 2013, where we collaborated in writing a paper concerning climate change and cookstoves. Evan is now a community health volunteer in the … Continued

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  • Project Gaia and RRDO Launch CLEANCOOK Stove Pilot Study in Dadaab Refugee Camp

    Relief, Reconstruction, and Development Organization (RRDO) and Project Gaia, in partnership with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), announced the launch of their pilot study of ethanol-fueled CLEANCOOK stoves in Dadaab refugee camp, Garissa County, Kenya. CLEANCOOK Sweden AB donated 100 of their double burner … Continued

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  • Deforestation in Tanzania Threatens the Future of Forests

    Tanzania is a Sub-Saharan country with a population of close to 50 million people and an estimated growth rate of 2.8% in 2014. Of the total energy consumption in Tanzania, 88 percent is estimated to originate from fuel wood, 7 … Continued

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  • Successful Panel on Clean Cooking Fuels at SE4All 2015

    Members of Project Gaia attended the UN Sustainable Energy for All Forum (SE4All) in New York City from May 18 through May 21. The forum brought together NGOs, government officials, business persons, and investors in its initiative to address the “twin challenges … Continued

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