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Clean cooking in China

This project enables low-income families in Shanxi Province to replace conventional, fossil-fuel burning cookstoves with subsidised ‘semi-gasifiers’ – efficient heating and cooking stoves that use leftover organic matter from crop harvesting such as corn cobs.

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Energy from landfill in Thailand

The Bangkok Kamphaeng Saen East project is Thailand’s first landfill gas project. It converts methane emissions from landfill waste into electricity, channelling it into the country’s national grid. The methane (a potent greenhouse gas) would otherwise escape into the atmosphere, contributing to climate change.

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Ecomapuá REDD in Brazil

The Ecomapuá REDD project preserves around 90,000 hectares of the Amazon rainforest on Marajó Island, at the mouth of the Amazon River, by making it more economically advantageous to protect the area rather than open it up to logging – a major cause of deforestation in the region.

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Landfill gas in the USA

The Winchester Landfill Gas (LFG) project is expanding and rehabilitating a landfill gas collection system at the Frederick County Regional Landfill, Virginia. It is firstly improving an existing waste collection and control system and constructing a new one, and secondly, installing generators to destroy LFG methane and produce electricity.

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Efficient cookstoves in Uganda

This improved cookstove project is transforming the market for cooking appliances in Uganda by establishing a sustainable manufacturing and distribution network for fuel-efficient cookstoves.

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Kibale reforestation in Uganda

Deforestation and unsustainable land management at Kibale National Park in Uganda has led to severe degradation and loss of wildlife habitats. This project is designed to promote biodiversity by restoring forest vegetation, while improving local communities’ lives and livelihoods.

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