Project Gaia Inc., an NGO based in the United States of America and which focuses on the distribution of energy efficient cookstoves powered by ethanol from renewable sources, is developing a Cookstove Programme of Activities (PoA). The programme is seeking to be registered under both the Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) and the Gold Standard. The first project under this programme will be implemented in Ethiopia. The project will result in the reduction of greenhouse gases through the displacement of kerosene, charcoal and firewood used for cooking. In addition to this, the project will also result in a number of sustainable benefits including reduction of deforestation and desertification, reduction of indoor air pollution, reduction of fuel costs, reduced healthcare costs from improved indoor air conditions and better environmental sanitation.
It is in this regard that, Carbon Africa, on behalf of Project Gaia Inc. have the pleasure of inviting you to participate in the coming Local Stakeholder Consultation for the project scheduled to take place on the 25th June 2015 at Friendship International Hotel Addis Ababa Ethiopia from 9:00 am to 4:30 pm.
The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the project design and its impact on the sustainable development in Ethiopia and getting your valued feedback on ways of improving its implementation. Please find attached a non technical summary of the project at:
Non Technical Summary - English
Non Technical Summary - Amharic
Please confirm attendance by 12 June 2015 through Alice Karanja: firstname.lastname@example.org, M: +254 706 374150 or +254 731 851754 or Aysheshum Abebaw: email@example.com M: +251 911 348277
Invitation to the Simgas Biogas Programme of Activities Stakeholder Feedback Round
17 April 2015
Simgas Limited in conjunction with Carbon Africa Limited would like to invite input from all stakeholders for the Gold Standard Stakeholder Feedback Round for the Simgas Biogas Program of Activities (PoA). The PoA has been registered under the CDM and is now seeking registration under the Gold Standard Foundation.
Find links below where you can access the project documentation and let us know whether you have any comments on the same.
Please send back your feedback to Elijah Isabu: firstname.lastname@example.org by 17 June 2015