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Improved Cook Stove Project 1, Nkhata Bay District, Ma…

From USD 15.00 Available tonnes: 19,868
This cook stove project is run by RIPPLE Africa (a UK charity) and benefits approximately 200,000 people in Malawi. RIPPLE has so far replaced about 40,000 traditional three-stone cooking fires with fuel efficient cook stoves. This project is reducing greenhouse gases emissions as well as preventing deforestation and respi…

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BRT Zhengzhou, China

From USD 5.00 Available tonnes: 16,346
Bus Rapid Transit Zhengzhou is a modern bus-based mass transit system. The project features the largest fleet of hybrid and electric buses worldwide with more than 3.100 units. The project includes 100 km of bus-only lanes, an integrated smart ticketing system, and real-time information of customers.

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Clean Cook Stoves in Sub-Saharan Africa by ClimateCare…

From USD 15.00 Available tonnes: 6,050
CookClean manufactures efficient cookstoves to displace the resources wasteful and unhealthy traditional stoves which kill 13,400 people and subject 21 million to Household Air Pollution yearly in Ghana.

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LFG flaring project at Dubai, UAE

From USD 40.00 Available tonnes: 1,908
The UAE and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) are still land filling their waste. The UAE and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) are still land filling their waste .The CH4 Methane emitted by landfills is a Greenhouse Gas (GHG), 27 times more harmful than CO2. Green Energy Solutions & Sustainability LLC is degassing t…

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IOT Mabagas Limited power plant, Pudhuchatram

From USD 8.95 Available tonnes: 672
This Gold Standard project, located in Namakkal, India, converts up to 120,000 tons/year of chicken litter and other industrial residues into renewable electricity. The project activity mitigates environmental and hygienic problems as well as supports regional smallholders to implement sustainable agriculture.

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Institutional Improved Cook Stoves for Schools and Ins…

From USD 18.00 Available tonnes: 85
About 90% of the total primary energy consumption in Uganda is generated through biomass: firewood (78.6%), charcoal (5.6%) and crop residues (4.7%). Every year 19,700 people die as a consequence of using 3-stone fires for their daily cooking activities. These traditional stoves have been associated with extremely low effi…