Training and Maintenance in Rwanda

11 October, 2016 | eszterhegyi
Categories: Improved Cookstoves, Rwanda

As part of the continuous input mechanism, at Co2balance we closely monitor and regularly discuss the feedback of our stakeholders in the countries we operate. Following such discussions with our field team in Rwanda, we have come to the conclusion that currently there is an additional need for training on stove operations and replacement of… Read the full article >



Cooking Differently

8 August, 2016 | co2mosesmaina
Categories: Improved Cookstoves, Kenya

Approximately three billion people across the globe cook every day using open, three-stone fires or rudimentary traditional stoves. Cooking with these traditional cook stoves is inefficient and grossly polluting, harming health and the environment, and contributing to global warming. In many places worldwide, women must walk for hours to collect firewood, risking their safety and… Read the full article >




High Flying

11 April, 2014 | lloydarcher
Categories: CO2Balance

Congratulations to our MD Mark Simpson who has just recently gone past the 5,000 followers mark on twitter! If you would like to get regular updates on our activities as well as insider opinion on the carbon markets you too can follow him on twitter @CarbonDuke Please share:




Preparation in Rwanda

21 February, 2014 | elliekowalski
Categories: Improved Cookstoves, Rwanda

After a very successful first distribution of stoves in our Rwandan Improved Cook Stove Project, preparation has got underway for the next delivery. Above, our locally recruited Community Project Officers start working on plans for getting the next 450 stoves into the households. . . this will be a busy month for them, as another… Read the full article >