How stoves are helping improve the climate | Global 3000

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In Peru's rural regions open fires are traditionally used to cook meal in homes. That's not only bad for the climate but also for the health of the people.

The non-governmental organization Microsol is installing efficient wood burning stoves that use 50 percent less fuel than conventional stoves, and as a result, are kinder to the environment.

Carbon dioxide emissions are lower and the new stoves are better for the population's health because the smoke they produce is expelled through chimneys.

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