[Stoves] [Ethos] "Beyond Firewood" conference (and ETHOS and PCIA)
crispinpigott at gmail.com
Thu Jan 1 22:00:35 CST 2009
I have not heard of anything by the regional stove programmes in the area
extending their activities into Liberia.
As it has strong connections to the USA it is possible there is an American
initiative there which is below the radar.
George of the Jungle in the Gambia might know of something.
Write to me privately and I can connect you with someone on the ground.
From: Tom Miles [mailto:tmiles at trmiles.com]
Sent: January 1, 2009 12:16 AM
To: 'Roma Stibravy'; ethos at cannon-mail.vrac.iastate.edu; 'Discussion of
biomass cooking stoves'
Cc: psanders at ilstu.edu; crispinpigott at gmail.com
Subject: RE: [Ethos] [Stoves] "Beyond Firewood" conference (and ETHOS and
I don't know of any projects in Liberia. We don't have any listed on the
stoves website at http://stoves.bioenergylists.org/
Crispin may know about activity in Liberia since he posted a note about
Liberian customs in a discussion in 2007
PCIA lists only the Center for Sustainable Technology in Monrovia
From: Roma Stibravy [mailto:rstibravy at yahoo.com]
Sent: Wednesday, December 31, 2008 11:06 AM
To: ethos at cannon-mail.vrac.iastate.edu
Cc: psanders at ilstu.edu; tmiles at trmiles.com
Subject: Re: [Ethos] [Stoves] "Beyond Firewood" conference (and ETHOS and
Dear Tom, Paul,
Is there anything with your improved stoves, or solar cookers, going on in
I might be starting a project there but am starting from scratch in terms of
what is happening so far,
Ultimately, if a project gets going I might need your help.
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