Social Entrepreneurs Develop Cleaner Alternative to African Wood-Burning Stoves

On his first trip to Ghana in September 2006, Mark Henderson traveled through countryside that was lush, but obscured with haze. The haze was the first thing Henderson saw when his plane landed in Accra, the most populous city in this West African country on the Gulf of Guinea... read more

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Comment by CENSUS KABANG LO-LIYONG on August 8, 2008 at 11:42am
This is a very interesting article, Im originally from South Sudan and we still use a lot of wood for fuel. I am also interested in better waste management methods, currently each household just burn their waste on the road site and the atmospher becomes very hazy. I would like to know more information on new sustainable methods.

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