Focus on India: A Move to Cleaner Fuels

On: August 12, 2016 | by: Project Gaia | in: Country Campaigns Energy News

With over 1.2 billion people, India is the world’s second most populous country. According to the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves, about 67% of households out of this massive population rely on solid biomass fuels for preparing their food. That means … Continued

Gaia Attends Africa Carbon Forum in Kigali

On: July 8, 2016 | by: Project Gaia | in: Carbon Finance Energy News Other

Gaia Association Director Desalegn Getaneh and Wubshet Tadele, Project Gaia’s Energy and Carbon Finance Consultant, recently attended the African Carbon Forum in Kigali. The Forum, hosted by the Rwandan government and organized by partners including UN agencies, the African Development … Continued

Project Gaia co-hosting panel on clean cooking fuels at UN SE4ALL

On: May 15, 2015 | by: Project Gaia | in: Energy News

Panel on creating a sustainable mass market for clean cooking fuels to be held May 19th in NYC. In partnership with the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves (GACC), the UN Sustainable Bioenergy High Impact Opportunities (HIO) Initiative, and the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), Project … Continued

Food vs. Food and Fuel

On: March 13, 2015 | by: Project Gaia | in: Energy From the Field

Caveat Emptor “Ethanol?” The Home Depot sales clerk asked in disbelief. “Are you sure you don’t want propane? We don’t carry dangerous products like ethanol here.” With a glance at the power saw display, I thanked him for his recommendation … Continued

Here and Now: The Future of Ethanol

On: September 10, 2014 | by: Project Gaia | in: Energy News Technology

“Ethanol is the fuel of the future.” – Henry Ford On October 1, 1908, Henry Ford released a car that was made for the masses: the Model T. Thanks to the savings provided by assembly line production, the Model T … Continued

The Golden Thread

On: August 29, 2014 | by: Project Gaia | in: Energy Health Technology

Energy poverty stands as one of the primary development issues of our time. Its consequences extend far and wide; those who do not have access to clean energy feel its absence in nearly every facet of their lives. “Energy is … Continued