Cookstove design lab aims for less fuel, emissions

12/29/2011 | Voice of America

At the nonprofit BURN Design Lab, near Seattle, engineers and metalsmiths are devising new designs for compact, portable and inexpensive cookstoves. "We want to make a stove that uses 50 percent less fuel and produces 90 percent less emissions," said Peter Scott, founder of the lab, a partner in the United Nations Foundation's Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves.

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