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 Support Our Work 

  Provide access to cleaner, locally appropriate, locally adapted    

   and locally produced fuels and stoves to the people who need  them, NOW!  

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Overview

We’re driven by a single goal; to make sustainable cleaner cooking energy accessible for all - leaving no-one behind.  

Our journey to achieve this goal started with the Wexford Declaration.

Created at the Pathways to Clean Cooking Conference in 2019, signatories of this Declaration share an ambition to work towards universal access to sustainable energy for cooking and other household needs.  We recognise the need for a diverse range of energy solutions, including biomass, to achieve the United Nations goals relating to health, environment, climate change mitigation and energy justice.

Our focus now is driving global recognition of the immediate need to TRANSITION to cleaner cooking on our journey towards ‘clean’ renewable solutions. 

This is our Cleaner Cooking Pledge. It unites businesses, governments, and other organisations behind a common vision to provide access to cleaner, locally appropriate, locally adapted and locally produced fuels and stoves to the 2 billion people who need them, NOW.

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Our Pledge

We pledge, and ask all supporters to work with us, to:

 

1. Provide access to cleaner cooking with proven solutions that meet local needs, to all families by 2030 and make them count towards the SDG 7 

2. Diversify and upgrade a portfolio of clean options, from local renewable sources, for cooking and other needs, for all by 2050, thus reaching nett zero emissions

We do this to preserve our natural resources and forests, to combat climate change, to improve our health and our livelihoods, and to play our part in the global shifting of mindsets.

Sign up here

Signatories of Wexford Declaration:

ORGANISATIONS

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Signatories

INDIVIDUALS

Christa Roth, Food & Fuel Germany

Dr. Priya Karve, Samuchit, India

Dr. Tami Bond, Colorado University

Dr. Omar Masera, UNAM

Juan Tinoco - Bioenergy Network, Mexico

Dr Victor Ruiz, Biomass Cookstove Innovation and Evaluation Centre, UNAM

Dr Marta Astier, UNAM

Saraí Ramos Vargas, Institute of Ecology & Sustainability, UNAM

Jorge Emigdio Sánchez Pólito, UNAM

Julio Sacramento, Bioenergy Network, Mexico

Luis Barahona, Centre Scientific Research Yucatan, Mexico

Dr. Jörg Peters, RWI Leibniz Institute for Economic Reasearch, Germany

Verena Brinkmann - EnDev

Dr. Chrsitoph Messinger - EnDev

Dr. N K Labhsetwar, Chief Scientist, National Environmental Engineering Research Institute , India

Ana Laura Morales, UNAM

Svati Bhogle, TIDE, India

​Siddarth D'Souza, LAYA, India

Mbumba Chigalu, National Cookstove Steering Committee, Malawi

Niall Roche, Ireland

Dr. Candela de la Sota Sández, Spain

Dr Enrique Riegelhaupt, Bioenergy Network Mexico

Dr Kranthi Jonnalagadda, Cranfield Univeristy, UK

Dr Andrew Grieshop, North Carolina State University, USA

Dr Astrid Schilmann, National Institute of Public Health, Mexico

Tony Blake, Australia

Dr Veena Joshi, India

Katie Mahon, Ireland

Fiona Lambe, Stockholm Environment Institute, Sweden

​Ronald Ngwira, Pyxus Agriculture Ltd., Malawi

Dr. Mike Clifford, University of Nottingham, UK

Dr. Moliehi Shale, Lesotho

Dr. Rob Bailis, Stockholm Environment Institute, USA

Dr. Gabriel Castañeda Nolasco, National Lab for Housing & Sustainable Communities, Mexico

Senator Alice Mary Higgins, Ireland

Dr Nicholas Lam, Schatz Energy Research Center, USA

​Henderson Mawera, Malawi

Victor Cordero, Peru

Carlos Vargas, El Salvador

Dr. Marc Jeuland, Duke University

Paul Quigley, Ireland

Sergio Torres Morales, DUMAC, Mexico

Julien Jacquot, GERES, Belgium

Anake Goodall, University of Canterbury, New Zealand | Aotearoa

Gustavo Peña, El Salvador

Antonio Lecuona, Spain

Joseph Senyo Kwashie, Ghana

Ylva Kuerten, EnDev, Liberia

Konjit Negessu, Ethiopia

Euberto Licayan, Philippines

Prof Charles Spillane, Ireland

Dr. Carsten Hellpap, Germany

Wyatt Mark Champion, USA

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Dr Veena Joshi, India

I commit to creating multiple options for clean cooking energy

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Desalegn Getaneh, Gaia Ethiopia

We commit to making clean energy alternatives accessable and affordable to people of low income.

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Marilyn Smith, En-Act, France

We commit to carry out reporting on the clean cooking challenge, to raise awareness of the problem, highlight solutions and build community among individuals and actors.