Articles in the 'Science, Technology and Innovation for Climate Change (STI4CC)' Category

2024 Pivotal Year for Global Clean Cooking

IEA Convenes Summit On Clean Cooking In Africa A major re-alignment of interest in one of the world’s most neglected areas of gender, energy, health and climate change has just taken place. It is estimated that over 800 million households in Africa use biomass–wood, charcoal, dung–for preparing meals, causing major respiratory and other health problems for the cooks and firewood

May 15th, 2024
by MBarker

OLi STI4CC community of interest – a pilot

Platform for Policy and Development Professionals Drawing from some of the experts providing our on-line, interactive (OLi) workshops, and adding new ones, in June 2021 we launched a knowledge network and platform that is an amplification of our existing  “Science, Technology and Innovation for Climate Change (ST4CC)” virtual team. The pilot subscription plan of CAD$25 ran for a twelve-week period

May 18th, 2021
by MBarker