Clean air to breathe, like safe drinking water, is essential for human health and well-being. A prerequisite for healthy indoor air is clean, modern household energy. While this has been available for generations to nearly all who live in wealthy countries, billions of people in low- and middle-income countries worldwide live in households dependent on polluting fuels for cooking, heating, and lighting. These unhealthy fuels include coal, wood, charcoal, other biomass fuels, and kerosene. As a...
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