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Energy Efficiency in the Warm Heart of Africa

Energy Efficiency in the Warm Heart of Africa
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Villagers in Malawi fight back against the relentless tide of deforestation by using new stove technology, which allows them to use far less wood.

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6:28AM PDT on Jul 4, 2012

thanks

9:17PM PST on Feb 17, 2012

Any technology whether modern or ancient, that reduces fuel consumption, is welcome for the earth. We don't have much time

10:26AM PST on Jan 18, 2012

What a shame they can't have the benefits of an electricity supply and a microwave for each household.

6:10PM PST on Jan 17, 2012

Wow. Wonderful

3:28PM PST on Jan 13, 2012

Great, Cleaner technology so that people can pollute their lungs. Let's make it more effcient to kill people. Corporate greed continues. The world is insane.

11:29PM PST on Jan 11, 2012

Excellent.

8:36PM PST on Jan 11, 2012

That's wonderful news. It's great to see people working together to help each other and protect the forests.

3:36AM PST on Jan 11, 2012

We need to be doing more engineering like this in the advanced economies, too!

9:23PM PST on Jan 10, 2012

Less population would be better.

8:37PM PST on Jan 10, 2012

thanks.

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