World Clean Cookstove Conference Aims To Reduce Pollution Deaths
Newsweek: The Stoves Used by Millions in Developing Countries Are a Silent Killer
“As many as four million people in developing countries die every year from illnesses caused by smoke and other pollutants that fill their homes every time they fire up the stove to cook a meal for their families. Diplomats, U.S. government officials, manufacturers, and advocates gathered at a New York conference on Thursday to come up with ways to reduce that number…” (Westcott, 11/20).
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