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
Since our founding, Project Gaia has worked hard to clean up household air. The smoke from biomass stoves is responsible for four million deaths each year, 500,000 of which are from childhood pneumonia alone. Pediatrician Dr. Stuart Warren was part … Continued
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
Firehiwot of Gaia Association attended the workshop – The Health Burden of Indoor Air Pollution on Women and Children in Developing Countries. The workshop brought together over 150 health and stove experts.
The award was given in recognition of Project Gaia’s dedication, commitment, and investment in demonstrating the impact of household energy interventions and in improving peoples’ health, livelihood, and quality of life by reducing IAP. At its third Biennial Forum, held … Continued