The health and climate co-benefits of clean cooking are an important field of study in cookstove research. This session highlights how evidence on the health and climate impacts of short-lived climate pollutants is being used to inform new black carbon standards and create a global advocacy plan. Target audience includes researchers, donors, investors, and cookstove program implementers interested in gaining a better understanding of the potential health and climate benefits of clean cooking solutions.
Michael Johnson, Senior Scientist, Berkeley Air Monitoring Group
Sunday Leonard, Science Officer, CCAC
Sumi Mehta, Senior Director of Programs, Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves
Johann Thaler, Regional Manager, Africa, Gold Standard
Kevin Hicks, Deputy Center Director, SEI