Corporate Climate Action

4 December, 2017 | co2richardstone
Categories: Climate Change, ESOS

Last week, I received confirmation that I obtained a high pass in the GHG Management Institute’s course in Organisational Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Accounting; this is part of our constant efforts to upskill the team so that we can continue to work to the highest standards. All our business reports are produced in accordance with the… Read the full article >




Progress in Eritrea

1 February, 2017 | co2richardstone
Categories: Eritrea, Improved Cookstoves

Since the beginning of our work in Eritrea, working together with our project partner we have moved quickly to develop a number of fantastic community-led projects across the country. Early this year, the team completed their work guiding local communities in building sustainable improved cook stoves. More than 3600 stoves have been constructed in less… Read the full article >


Eritrea site visit

19 December, 2016 | co2richardstone
Categories: Eritrea, Improved Cookstoves

This month I was lucky enough to be able to visit the fantastic projects that are being implemented in partnership with Vita, an Irish NGO. Vita are working with communities across the country to build capacity and work towards sustainable livelihoods, building efficient cook stoves and rehabilitating non-functioning boreholes. Below are a selection of photos… Read the full article >


Project Visit

14 October, 2016 | co2richardstone
Categories: Ethiopia, Kenya

Last month, I returned from a trip to Ethiopia and Kenya where I was able to see projects that are in their infancy but also some of our well-established projects. It was great to see people’s enthusiasm for the projects with the expectation that the projects would make a measurable difference in their lives but… Read the full article >


2016 Site Visit

1 July, 2016 | co2richardstone
Categories: Improved Cookstoves, Kenya

Last month I returned from a site visit to four of our Kenyan cook stove projects; Aberdares, Kisumu, Eldoret and Mathira. During my time I saw Kenya’s beautiful scenery, saw the country’s passion and entrepreneurship and met some fantastic people. During the conversations I had with the beneficiaries of our projects, they expressed how the… Read the full article >



Paris in Focus

15 April, 2016 | co2richardstone
Categories: Climate Change

Next week, on April 22nd, the environment will come under focus as the world celebrates another annual ‘Earth Day’; this one bears more significance than most as world leaders gather at the United Nations in New York to sign the Paris Agreement. As the Paris Agreement will no doubt gain extra media attention next week,… Read the full article >



Budget 2016 – A missed opportunity?

17 March, 2016 | co2richardstone
Categories: ESOS

We heard from the Chancellor George Osborne yesterday as he set out government spending plans and it certainly offered a mixed bag for the energy and environment sector. It was framed as a budget of long-term solutions, “putting the next generation first”, which was promising following the recent Paris Agreement, however this claim has since… Read the full article >