4 thoughts on “The Challenges of Cleaning Up Cooking”

  1. How can they modernize their kitchens when you won’t allow progress because “progress pollutes”?

  2. But, but, but… L.P.G. is a non-renewable fossil fuel, while the more traditional fuels in India (biomass, dung, trash) are eminently renewable. /sarc

  3. If you believe that climate change is the #1 global problem, then where do you rank this?

    “- Around 3 billion people cook and heat their homes using open fires and simple stoves burning biomass (wood, animal dung and crop waste) and coal.
    – Over 4 million people die prematurely from illness attributable to the household air pollution from cooking with solid fuels.” http://www.who.int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs292/en/

  4. Until those religious organizations decide to follow the 10 Commandments or the simple GOLDEN RULE there will be no addressing the true size of the GREED resting inside the Vatican. U.S., richest nation in the world of money management must be approving of the expenses to operate the Catholic Steeples. Can’t we all see cheap labor, poverty, famine, diseases all are related to Pope Francis? All he needs to do is trickle down a few billion, INDIA you might then manage your own crisis!

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