In Rwanda, clean-burning cookstoves use crowdsourced biofuel

In Rwanda, clean-burning cookstoves use crowdsourced biofuel

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Much the way Nokero aims to eliminate the use of kerosene for indoor lighting in the developing world, so Rwandan Inyenyeri hopes to revolutionize the way cooking is done. Seeking to provide an alternative to polluting and forest-destroying brush-fueled cook fires, Inyenyeri has partnered with WorldStove to bring carbon-negative stoves into the majority of Rwandan homes at zero cost to rural users.

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