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Happy Holidays from Project Gaia! 

This Holiday Season, we hope many of you have a chance to sit at the dinner table and share a home-cooked meal with the ones you love. 

You can make this possible for other families around the world by donating an ethanol CleanCook stove. Switching to a clean ethanol cookstove from wood or charcoal immediately removes smoke from the home.

Help others bring in the New Year in clean, safe, smoke-free homes. 


Above: Clean stoves bring loved ones together. Three generations cooking tortillas over an ethanol stove in Guatemala. 

Donate a CleanCook stove for $25
Donate a CleanCook stove plus Fuel for $100
Project Gaia is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
Your contribution is tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law. 
A feel-good gift: The Project Gaia Pura Vida Bracelet

We created this bracelet to spread awareness about the importance of clean cooking and the dire nature of the problem—household air pollution  is responsible for nearly 4 million deaths annually.

Support our projects by purchasing Pura Vida bracelets for $5 each for family and friends.

The blues symbolize the blue flame that is produced from burning ethanol and methanol, truly clean fuels. The yellow signifies the renewability of alcohol fuels. The green knot represents Project Gaia’s environmental commitment and deep connection to the earth.

WHO sets new benchmarks for cookstove emissions

Released in November, the new standards for cleaner, more efficient cookstoves and fuel will likely create a tremendous and much needed shift towards truly clean, liquid stoves and fuel like ethanol.
 
“We need to scale up the use of clean fuels such as biogas, ethanol, or natural or liquefied petroleum gas with appropriate venting, as well as solar electricity solutions for lighting. And clean technologies and fuels should be priced within reach of the lowest-income households.”

- Dr Carlos Dora, WHO Coordinator for Public Health, Environmental and Social Determinants of Health.


 
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