Wisdom Stove Kenyan Cookstove Project

6 December, 2021 | Katri Hastings
Categories: Uncategorized

Wisdom stoves, one of our cookstove project partners in Kenya, were at a trade show in Kenya last week, Made in Kenya. Wisdom Stove managing director Dan Waithaka describes how their cookstove reduces the amount of fuel used for cooking, helping to curtail deforestation, limiting the pollution people are exposed to when cooking, and lessening… Read the full article >


Introducing Myself…

26 October, 2021 | Rachel Brooks
Categories: CO2Balance, Uncategorized

Hello! I’m Rachel, and the newest recruit to the CO2balance projects team. I bring with me several years of academic research experience in biofuels and chemical applications of CO2 from Imperial College London, as well as field experience of project management in sustainable development. I’m looking forward to marrying this unlikely combination of experience in… Read the full article >


Fighting COVID-19 in rural Sierra Leone

8 October, 2021 | Oscar Lozada
Categories: CO2Balance, COVID-19, CSR Projects, Safe Water, Sierra Leone, Uncategorized

After over a year of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are all familiar with the need to clean our hands with soapy water after touching communal surfaces – be it door handles, handrails or the like.  But what if you live somewhere without running water, like rural Sierra Leone? With limited access to healthcare, the potential… Read the full article >


How to reduce your carbon footprint even when working from home

1 November, 2020 | Matthew Pike
Categories: Carbon Offsetting, Uncategorized

With the work commute on hold, we are now driving less, taking less public transport and even slurping our way through less disposable coffee cups. Whilst this may create a personal dip in producing significantly less carbon emissions, your working from home shift may not be as environmentally friendly as you may have imagined.. Here… Read the full article >