THE ISSUE OF OUR TIME
Around 2.7 billion people rely on inefficient cooking and heating practices worldwide, contributing 25% of all climate changing black carbon. Lack of energy access burdens women, who spend up to 5 hours a day collecting fuel for cooking.
Cleaner sources of household energy can enhance the quality of life of households around the world. Improved cookstoves save women 70 hours annually and can reduce solid fuel consumption by between 30-60%.
Amount of investment mobilized for clean energy
People with improved access to clean energy technology.
Green House Gas (GHG) reduction (in tonnes)