Taking another look at cookstoves in the developing world

04/29/2014 | ASME.org

Cookstoves engineered for the developing world and aimed at reducing air pollution and deforestation have come and gone, with many seldom used as villagers prefer traditional open fires, writes Rob Goodier. Now businesses and universities are using cellphone technology and sophisticated sensors to monitor when the stoves are used and whether they're even reducing air pollution as intended.

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