Project Gaia promotes clean, safe, efficient cookstoves powered by alcohol fuels. By providing access to sustainable fuels we hope to change the face of energy poverty. We work wherever people struggle to cook their meals.

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  • Deforestation in Tanzania Threatens the Future of Forests

    Tanzania is a Sub-Saharan country with a population of close to 50 million people and an estimated growth rate of 2.8% in 2014. Of the total energy consumption in Tanzania, 88 percent is estimated to originate from fuel wood, 7 … Continued

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  • Successful Panel on Clean Cooking Fuels at SE4All 2015

    Members of Project Gaia attended the UN Sustainable Energy for All Forum (SE4All) in New York City from May 18 through May 21. The forum brought together NGOs, government officials, business persons, and investors in its initiative to address the “twin challenges … Continued

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  • Invitation to the Local Stakeholder Consultation for Cookstove Program of Activities – June 25, 2015 in Addis Ababa

    Project Gaia invites you to our local stakeholder consultation for development of a Cookstove Program of Activities (PoA) in Ethiopia. The consultation is scheduled to take place on June 25, 2015 at Friendship International Hotel in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia from 9:00 am … Continued

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  • Meet Our Interns For Summer 2015

    Project Gaia is excited to welcome three interns this summer. Quinn Heist and Phoebe Do are joining us on summer session from Gettysburg College, and Ellie Rice is joining us from Juniata College. They will be helping us with blogging and social media, … Continued

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  • Babington Technology, Inc. Donates Advanced Biofuel Stoves to Project Gaia, Inc. for Testing in Horn of Africa

    Collaboration with Government of Ethiopia, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and Horn of Africa Regional Environment Centre and Network (HoA-REC&N) will place Stoves in Refugee Camps and Urban Settings Monday, May 18, 2015 For Immediate Release: United Nations … Continued

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